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 White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
S��& ''
;E FOUR.
PHONE 85
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE PAGE FOUR. PHONE   85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER U8
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1
10 CENTS PER WEEK
fRANSVAAL IS NO
COUNTR Y FOR THf/
WHITE WORK MN
  V
p J. Cameron, Returned  From Johannesburg, Has Very
Poor  Opinion   of  South Africa       '' Keep   Away
From There," His Advice to Intending Emigrants.
FAMILY'S  NARROW   ESCAPE.
FIRE   OUT   AT   LAST.
Dauphin      Servant      Uses      Strychine   After   Burning   Two    Years,    Fire
by Mistake for F.'o.r.
��� > ��� i '��� Ian:, M        I. -The fam ���
I. -.: .     Im,      prominent  busir
tiess u   d | .e narrow esi. . ���   from
tragic Ie _ h   cn    _rbi r   day   from
Coal    Seam   is   Extinguished.
Estevan, May 19.���The fire which
lias been eating il 1/ through the
coal .seam southwest of th*.' town for
the last couple of years Is now a tiling
FRENCH FLOUR IS
FOUND  TO BE
ADULTERATED
rem, wh     left   Rossland I                           e two white men for
j, 1901,-and who has been 'ever n 1 ie  min* -,   tnd  I   ���
Ince,  al   Johanne - uot                . oni   '            lere," said
���   was in thi  cit\  y* Mr. Can eron. "I was    ������ ��� :
ort visit.    Mr. Camei i      is th*          .11 1      ie Car
���   h    li "i   ������'   ��� ��� I  in   the ,;   .       iters there          sick    of    the
. :..     most of 1 he 'ii.: 1 u ni       nd  ��������� ill   *      .,        e as soon
.   in   Sc ith   Afrie a,    'i'ii" as they can                            i'   ���   ���
he says, are develop* fares,
a mile, whi* h i- ahout "1                  :    ���       ......
-,          h*   "      can   be ex- rl ��� ��� ���                I met 1 lharles
profit.    Th*    Clnde 1 i, who former!             :��������� Win I-
1    In      ee   mile   from   th* on      I        1                             Durban,
d* ��� m    di ��� p   mines,  as [ About two           .            ��� ������        Mada-
i. cost  aa high as two -���                 Ihe his;   I               f him
to  'i' velop  and  1 lai ��� ������               i     en     Connoll         mer-
tlv*   con lition.    Tbe   or-: 1    ���               it Nelson, is in     hai .
are  Kaffirs and (')ti- I urg,         ���                shifi    oss in one
���   the superintendents, fore- of m .       ... and is   loinj
���..- - s  and   mi chine  met Mr. 1   mi ron      i     ���  ���       thai    the
The nn chine men ree ������'.������ Sou           ican      Ines  an   fairly   dry
.-  mm    and    ' 1 ��� an I there Is not 1
���: i Chim se hamn 1 rsme* leptlt     ���              0    feel    has         d
i i   from   IG   to   IT   shillings ed     There are  thre*   ��� 1 sses of
Inese receive from 1  to mines there: The surface ot crown of
lay and board and thi reel   mines, which are   l,0i 1  to  2,000   1         ag 1,
���  .;..   _  shillings a day ami reel    ������   . thi   lee  11  Ines   from 2,000
��� to 4,0* 0,  an 1   the  de* 1   leeps,   '
li is a good country to stay away   :.  1 B,000 feel  deep.
Gastric Disorders and Serious Stomach Complaints Result
From Wholesale Fraud ���Bread Contained Talc,
Marble Dust and Sulphate of Baryta-
Police Investigate.
oning.    A   Gallician    servant    In of  the past.    George   Anderson,    In-
aring  fish   for  the  evening meal spector of lands  for the C.P.R., was
'   them   ia  a   dish of  flour  and down  last   Friday and drove out with
line,   which   had       u    lefi  in P.  C.   Duncan to  see   what   headway
an outside .   ��� ���    foi  several days for had been made by Reddway, who had
lhe   purpose   of   killing   mice.    Just the contract for extinguishing the fire.
the   ���           sat    down   to   the Reddway began his work hist win) 1
.'anl   girl  took a bite or and has  cul  a  trench all around the
the   fish,   which    made    ber fire, the cutting   .eing in some places
Th* 1   -:..    remem eered   ahout len  feel  deep.     \ 1 soon as  the show
������" i  :i" ir and  al  once began to melt this spring on the- high
Mrs.  Mlacolm,  and  avoided land, it ran down and filled the trench
is affair. I n al Ing an  effect! il      r against   the
he fish were   thrown into the fire    erogn f the fire.   Reddway got for  towns ln the south and south-wesl
ient  to kill ; his  work   $400  and  tie.    privilege   of France, ol  the wholesale adulteration    0   ���. .    ....   flour   ,jeaiera  containing
Pari
M 15   19. - Extraordinary  die
The Toulouse   . olice
coveries have teen made at Toulouse,  ;il"     remises  of   a   wholesale
isaintes,   Agen,   Bordeaux   and    other   lealer   '''"'   bad   1',il'"1
an 1   ��� Iscoven 1   a   largi
of
raided
flour
in   business,
quantii     of
. . :    huniinj
dogs the foi-
WESTMINSTER LADY     SALE OF LOTS NETS
HAD MEMORABLE TRIP        SIXTY THOUSAND
selling all the coal he took out while  of flour,
eli. Min_ the trench, A  considerable number of the  i:i-
  habitants of the town    ol    Condom
have for many  weeks  been  suffering
::���  gastric disorders    and    serious
stomach   complaints.      The    doctors
The dealer was only
ome    talc    works    at
: : rs for talc
e-.   igent   for
ascon.
The police Investibations show that
1 "1 Otons of talc, addressed to people
.ho  cannot   betraced, passed through
��� the  cause of this  curious  l!)e Saintes ral]way station along dur-
/IRS. ECKERT RECEIVED INJURIES IN CALIFORNIA WRECK���
REDLANDS  PRETTY  PLACE.
Mrs.  H.  1     - -      ii   this   city,   who I
CITY TREASURY ENRICHED BY
LARGE AMOUNT���BRISK BIDDING  AND GOOD  PRICES.
���
1* ,;���, and attributed i: to bread.
T 11 bakers, by way of showing their
good faith, supplied samples of the
i.i* ad the patients had eaten.
It was found to be heavily adulter-
I atee] with tale, a mineral which is
generally found In rough, brittle crystals, which can be sliced with 11 knife.
Other samples contained large quantities of marble dust and sulphate of
baryta.
Inquiries    nt    Condom   and    other
ing the last ten nionths. Large quan-
tities have been shipped from Bor-
le ix to England and America, with-
. it the names of the people it is consign   '   to   being   mentioned   on   the
iii-   m lading.    At  the present time
an  average  of  600  tons is    shipped
vi   ���  a,;.nth from Bordeaux to Liverpool an<l Xew York.    It would be interesting to know  what use it is put
to.
On   Tuesday  last the    steamer   La
'S DEATH       ATLANTIC SALMON
PLEASES UNCLE JIM   THRIVES IN COWICHAN
|Vi' NERiNO. ITALIAN GIVEN LIFE
SENTENCE FOR ATTEMPTED
MURDER.   HAD   BAD   RECORD.
FISH LIBERATED IN 19C5 ARE
CAUGHT IN RIVER���EXPERIMENT  A  SUCCESS.
I eae   of   the   best   . iei ��� s   of   i.tisi- j
- keen touring California during the   :i'"'"'   the   city  council   ha    ever   un-1
���     -     months,    .rlvi I home a few   dertaken was the acquiring of the2001
bavins;   had   a   most   ad-  :";s trom tax delinquents which were places  vhere the disease had appear-   Rochelle  left   Bordeaux   with  a con-
lad}   left    here   PU<   "P  and   sold   by public    auction ed,  showed  that  the  flour  had  in a  signment of 1..,000 bags, or 150 tons,
_    ���    , I c..i,,,~i...-   .,*.<,..,������ greal   many cases    come   from    Ton- of   talc  for   Liverpool.    It   is   openly
, ������-   e:   eut the tim*  the fl ods in lower   Saturdaj   atternoon. '
louse, where it .was  found that  sev- asserted  in  certain quarters that the
':'   ��nwta_  considerable      I.   the council chamber, where the' dealerg wer() ab]e ,n  ,)uy whaj Ia](, exported fo England ,��� not U8ed
-��� and no eD     - -   luble and in- -;ii'   was held,  numbers    of    buyers W;1S apparently the fines' whit" flour J exclusively   for    chemical    purposes,
���   i'M..  to     ivellers in that part were  on hand long  before  the  time very
ti  Id .'te which appointed, and when the first lot was
Ec -ii   was e   [veiling  was con- put  up  :!:������ room  was jammed to the
.    d   ..... '. From Portland south, doors,   Some idea of the advancemen
Southern ;'.. ific line vas practic- i:i   i'*-*'1   estate  in this   city   may   Le
-.. out* ���    - tite a while, gained from the fact that, when la t
ere obliged year a number of lots situated in the
..''������     the O.   m. and  L, line vicinity of   Regina   and   First   streets
much under the average market   but is for the English flour market.
VI* ' .;.   19��� in    ,|!". a nu   -
.. r ol     o n .    _l lanl.      all on   sver*
d li      e Cowie      .     . I'.th
was seen ol  ti em 1 nt11  ' h - s ear���in
���   . Im le  1 id   out
.   : -    When the      lings
es    M :���!!!��� line,    eel    S        ll
- .-v.   '    ,    .    niitted sui-
on the waj   to thi   peni-
"    i- .;"i'-'-'I      ' x""-' dingl}   any!
'.....I   th*     mm '     was   ��e   ..    the  e v. ���!  rch
...���   the news  that  he
ely,   i e      . --    lissip
were sold, difficulty was experienced
in obtaining the upset price of $100,
while yesterda; ��� s reserve.; at $150
and   $200,   were sold   for  three   and
four hundred dollars, being two hun-      Pari
���,;.r.   ig.���The   band   of   100  have  obtained   permission front
R* Hands  the  dred per cent, advance on last year's    hie;   -.  led i .   the  Frenchman, Abi      It;      unci] to hold their match
���   ' ������   sunny   Ita! .
mes made th*
1    f so mu
stead   ni    : ourning,
��� 1    belief    that    if    the
- a 1 eeded In making his
22nd  of  thai
nth,  1 Vtlai mmm!    t S;il-
. ��� 1   .        taken with  thi   fly iu
I.. .���..,-.        .... 1   1  1     were inti
I . ��� , Ther    Is no    ������   l as
. th*   id< ntitj   of 1      - - h,     .   ���'
���. a of them   wen     etu   ied  to  the
efore  evi ���.     lng  its  des
tination-.
Aftei   spending     two mths     at
tobies    .  i   enjo In�� Hot
..... .   .    erived great
��� -..  it, Mrs. ii.- ��� ������ ��� assed some time
in   R* lian Is.
'   ���       ave ev*    se* a," said  prices.
',   -      ���..    satlon   wiih    a      Lots   in   the   east end   of
reporter,  "thi       Imate   is   the  were eagerly sought after and broughl
-��� 1  hav<   -.; experienci '. whilethe   In twice as much money than better
itifu    oi  ---.     groves  that   every-   lots In the same locality did last year
���    meet   thi   eye,   make  a  scene  the bidding in almost every case
never  1 forg   ten.    The  district  ing quick   and   sharp,    One    of
THUG LOVED WOMEN
HENCE HIS DOWNEAll
LEADER OF A HUNDRED THIEVES
IS STONED WHILE UNDER ARREST IN FRANCE.
TFOUBLE AT THE  PARK.
Junior Baseballers Annoyed at Having
to   Make   Room  for  Cricketers.
When the Victoria ami New W'-st-
: Inster cricket teams arrived at the
Park Saturday morning to play their
match a considerable amount of
worry was awaiting them. Soi
' the  junior  baseballers    of the
and   when  the
irrived   on   the
-III I'M.  S
scene.
!   of
city
the
on
and
the.
r ."I-' 1   school   and    Koyal   City    _ase-
Polli t,   an i  con-i- ting   of   men  an l   ;-...       ,;
the city  wi      u belonging to Belgium and the   .,
noi th  of !���':��� tii<... is ;i;  pri sent  being
dealt   with  by    the    Franco-Belgian
cial  autnorities at   Hezelbrouck.      baI1 teams were hard at work holding
Tw      . ses  of  theft  were  first  in-  down the diamond,
thejquired into, but had to be postponed      The   cricketers   promptly requested
-   ������    adidlj   irrigated and  a  decided   noticeable   features   oi   the  sale   waajowlng   to  hick of evidence.      Mean-
��� " -���. - Ity ;-^ In ��� vidence all
the younger element    to  vacate
the large amount  oi outside    money time   en interesting letter, wntton bv 1
, . , . , ��� ��� . ���    ,   ,     ,   , ' stantly.    i lie boys naturally had
������ ...   ,        ;,;���   f01   the thi nigh.    Ri   : estate   is also advanc-   which   was  Invested,    many    buyers Pollett, was read.    He declared that
examination and tvas sub-   ���'|-r- '     '��� i-;  cultivation I '-1 from Vancouver and other places be- he   had  committed   over  400   thefts, '"������'''   ' Jections to having their _an_
.,.; .,,. e,1...;���!:,,mm " to an e\Mi.M   ing  worth  fi 'M'  ���"   "i | , $2000    i   r  Ing  on   hand   and  prices  were   kept and that he had kept all the proceeds '��� ' ninted   In   thai   fashion,  and   i.--
;" "i'�� il     )' '" u ,,:'1   who   ������ is      - it; vi- in his opinion as to  ���"���re'" jumping up with incredible rapidity.      to hin  elf. cussion waxed warm.   One prominent
itll hi eted  th*       ,       ...s  to    w-hlcl     It     ielonged       "   vas on tl rn trip that Mrs,      Among some of the heaviest buyers      "As I loved women, however," adds <Mi.iMi.M-.   with   moj-e    warmth    than
Sird  e  a  few wei ts    .��� ,   ,        mon were al!  taken by on ' 1    -:!s   '���   ',;-'   collision     which  Saturday     were   the   following:    Mr.   :V    li tder of the  band,  "I spent   all discr tion, suggested    that   the
Ml-   '-
Fales
1, Mr,
more acquire i el sv* n ai re : in  S
11. y |
tnd l!
.   i.    Although  there  were others 1n  narrowl;   missed  being  the cause of  Jones,   Invested   over $12,000;   S.   F.  mj   money in a foolish fashion. This    allers be kicked off, and was .prompt-
el  the    ay,  ��� ..,-, ���ne ���     nbei  fished at   ''���   death,    Sixteen   miles-   out    ofiMark,   $2,000;   w.   ll.   Clark.   In   th*      md rought about  my downfall." ]y inform iy some saucy youngster
.iv of   .,   [|rae     The   fish     averaged    about   Redding,  where the Southern   Pacific  neighborhood  of $1,000;   II. A.   East-    \    I*    i  istration   occurred   when   the  thai  he c   go to a  warmer  placa
.    eer.   It   ...v,.n and one-balf pounds In wei. hi.  makes a shai i ��� irve, with the Sacra-  man, over $3,500;  W. E. Fales, pur-   hand       left  the  court.    Bricks  werelthan New   Westminster.   The gentle-
nd  were In st.lendid condition, side and a high | chase 500 i   rth,/'     ' the carriage    where   1 tan thus adjured waxed considerably
wrathy and only the intervention of
coi ler heads prevented   a    person il
' ��� inti r,    After a little  more  dls-
.ni.I   found  guilty, but   .���   tin   fish     This  I    ��� dondid news
net .for carrying out I f0r British Columbia anglers,    11     ��� ert. "our engineei     w th*   mcom-|lot,    Other local buyers were as British Columbia board of dental .
:'. Ml    Is   out
lng thi   thrl
a Ivenl urotis
���   this   was  a. '
nnerino had been before   ;.,
.  e.ea- charge,   B< fore   vilgo i'. ol the ll
hi   had Killi"! a brother,  was one ol the party
The
.'
W.  E.  Fales, pur- the   court.    Brie
��� .   .    In  splen lid  condlti in,
D from the sea,   Captain '������    ' "   ! '    -,;'- '������ two engines
M   g   sv ,     coming om   behind tl ther crashed   perton for $2,500, Waller Gilley  ��� n    rreal I ou le in prol i  In
nnd caUghtmosl   "-':''   ''���"    passenger  train,    "Just   as chased four lots for $2,501
round the   urve," said Mrs.   berl Gilley gave $665 foi  ��� i*   corner      Dr.   '.'.   i1.  Smith, president
,.   ,          ... i... i-.,l.. ..    i l    e...,.     .'1        It..:, e    l.    , -,.i i.j_     ���
British Columbia am ��� -
escaped and came to vtlantlc  salmon   thrive   in
much  afraid    of    Paul ichan, they will  probably do w<
ere  those  who knew of other P iclfl   c iasl riv* i
:  he mmm i lelded from The  Vtlaol    salmon were Identified   '���                                           lises. The nnd  \. Ii. Whi
\  m   thai   he   is where   he by  D. M   Galbralth,  fishery overseei
his revenge on liis ac- on the Cowlchan river for the Domin
������  hav little hesitation In Ion governmenl
��� ���   knew about him. and porl    on
add that
endarmes had
the thli iv i
of the
i,,. cov.    i:'   ��� ngines, an I immed!     I   app
ihe. e      : ���      I   foi   his
in
yme
let.
lows:  W. Coatham, Miss Davis, A. I.,  nn In     . left for Victoria yesterday t i
Bishop, D. J,  McQuarl'ie,  W. G.  U -  attend  the examination
"...   fireman,    both    of Quarrie,  A.  Hardman,   F,   R,  Glove",   m:
sii i.  the  i oys  decided  te)  allow
the cri keters to have the ground etml
thi   match  start*'*!.    The youngsters,
' '  ' andidatea  ���,   ,, .....  ,;j,i m.���  ,,,,!,  the vicinity of
lied for permission to the ground they had hen obliged to
' :'' '"'���  vacate,!   t securing convenient coigns
being oi vantage on the fence, passed criti-
t  sto     -���  threw  me forward,  the sale will have netl   i -:" cit;   '
.trl ia.   -.     ���  " against  the- sble of the vicinity of aboul $60,000, the hal    the          ���-:  number   of
Mr, Galhralth's re-  !''-- (,;':  vsindow, while the other pas-  of which is considered lo be outside  who hnve ever   examined at the|tbe �� ayers  in   (articular,
<:11   '      8 cai and sarcastic remarks on one of
���
���   necessary   to
'���mis   not   one   worthy
of
ALL    FOR    LOVE.
man Forfeits $200,000 for Sake of
becoming a  Bride.
1      M.i'.   is,   Mrs. Knlheriue
;l���. subject has heen pub- sengers wen   thrown In an Indlscrim-j capita
n Ottawa,   and it   is evident Inate  heap  in ihe aisles of the car.
,,,.���   he  is keenly  Interested  ln  the The seco.nd shock  when  the engines
success of the experiment of introduc- crashed   together   precipitated   people
Ins ,h,.se fish Into British Columbia, and   car  fixtures   together   In   inde-
he waters   are    kept    free   from scribable confusion,"    Five    passen-
IndIan weirs and poaching   of   other isers, lincludlng   Mrs.   EJckert,    were
,,.,..,.  seema to   be no doubl badly  hurt,   and   the  brakeman   who
ood rod angling is a certainty, was  il the rear of the engine was in-
aml    the
in general, which  eiid
very   soothing  effect   .:n
kinds
that
RELIC'S   RESTING   PLACE.
"Mayor's  Chair to   Be  Placed in  Car.
negie Library.
' ������������-      ���:������ -Mini.      The  pi rsonnel  ol   whole  hunch
the   ' ia  l   Is as   follows:   Dr,  F,   P. ���ei  have a
Smith   of  New Westminster,    presi- the teams,
dent;  Dr. Verrlnder, of Victoria, sec-	
retary   treasurer;   and   Drs.    W.    R. j
Spencer,   of   Vancouver;    K.  C,   Mac-1        REVOLVER AS  PERSUADER
donald, of Vernon, and .!. M. McLaren i '	
of Vancouver.
tt.ilko,. |)u,.y
n
iiryen, ,
lnR ,
I'lv,
stantly killed.
The Rev. J. S. Henderson officiate"!      Mrs. Eckert has a nasty gash over
nl B very pretty wedding al the home her lefi eye, and one side of her face
Captain   R.  Fenton,    on    Tenth  badly discolored,   No medical assist-
riie eon- ance of any kind was obtainable until
Menzles,  the party reached  Portland, when a
,] Miss   Jeanette | doctor came aboard and the wounded
wer*'   attended  to.    This   smash   up
occurred  Hie  day  after the; horrible
accident   in  which  so many    of the
ea,   widow     of    William, of
sn I. Saturday afternoon.
trading  parties wer*':   .1.   A
of Xelson,   I!.  C,
lil
i'-i of the starch manufacture
0��cnrn,   sacrificed   $21)0,0110   for
''"'"  "v becoming the bride of; I;m]ill|1  ���,��� Newbtirgh, Scotland
v 8a'nnel Angus, at Glencove, L.I. taln Fenton acted ai best man, while
Jn tho wm    of    MlllRin   Duryea, Miss Daphuie   Robertson   supported
���"' In law nf ih,. w  ��h��� nn.  ,i���.  bride.    After the  ceremony,    a  Mystic Shriners were killed    on the
Cap-
IiuIm
of  the  woman  who un-
iD'.l
t)Q|
'  bore the name of Duryea,
pti,'"ilated   thai   she  should
the
Capl.
In   the   disposition   of   bis | coupl
' ���'   1 ' :���
i ���   r
" ;;"'��  and   was won
Pleach, ���
bride,
lie'
Fenton's
Winnipeg, Man., May  19.���The fi
mayor's   chair   used   In   Winnip.".;   Is -._,,.    . _
Timber  Inspector Busy.
io be place,! In the Canfegle library Aneged Illegal cutting of timher on
building,   thanks   to   the forethought provincial    lands    situated    between
of ('. .1. Hrown, city clerk. Brownsville and Boundary hay caus-
Four or five years ago the use of ed  Timber  Inspector John  Murray to
this    chair    was    discarded,    a    new take a  hurry-up trip there last  week,
mayors chair and also vice chairs being  placed   in   the   council   chamber.
The historic  chair  was  then  doomed ! visit  to  tin's section,  h
to the rubbish heap and Mr, Brown i eral   anxious  days   to
the result of which is not known yet.
On the last occasion of >lr. Murray's
caused  .ev-
i   number of
I'vi'ei    ai  same line, making in all  four
nsked to he olloweil to store it. Now i loggi is   who   were    found    to
acci-jit is to be brought out of storage and  been    working on   provincial    lands
placed in the library as a relic abutting on lands situated within the
Ii Is the chair that was used in 18.4 j {Dominion '  railway     belt.       Several
" remarried after the death  eight  ocloi
and,    Shi
Ignored
by
this
the
recherche luncheon was    se
home,    the    happy dents  which  took place  during that
i for Vancouver on the week.   Airs. Eckert says thai she will
..   ,..,,.   .���,.,,..,   whence thev I be satisfied to remain In New V/est-
tee Nlcoln,    where    Mr. minster for a while now, as it is con-j Mr. Cornish,   The city hall was then I*     is! in,   but  no  confiscations    oc-
extensive lumber Inter- slderably.safer than travelling on the On Main streel almosl opposite    the    i   ed,  as  the owners of the    lm-
1 Southern Pacific. I site of the Muniyro block. ided ]   ip rty paid up.
will   pro 'I
Me nzie has
e'sts.
after incorporation by (lie first mayor,      Izui      of  loss  were  made  on  that
Hungarian Charged with Urging  Foreigners to  Strike.
Welland. Ont., May 10.���A Hungarian named Steve I/iucic is charged here with persuading, with the
niii of.a revolver, laborers from working at the steel works. Evidence indicates that Paucie and his associates
were going among the foreign laborers
urging them to sfrTke for higher pay.
If they went out the prisoner and his
have j friends collected a rake off. Some sixty men at the steel works refused to
strike at his sustention and he pulled
a revolver and threatened to shoot
them, Evidence Was secured with
great difficulty as the foreigners
Seemed    afraid     to    testify    against
Lauoie. m
J
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THE   DAILY   XEWS.
MONDAY.
���/  .1
CHILLIWACK    POPULAR.
DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES.
EAT
TM if��� .
fl    1  _L__ef
S N D
Growing    Demand    for     Property Ifl   Comprehensive  Report on ire  Mining
Thriving Town���Many  Houses and   Metallurgical   Industries.
Building. ���	
,  In  view  of the  numerous  r.flues s
The   local real  estate  dealers  who from   this   country  and   from   abroad
handle  Chiiliwack   properties    report for information  on  the    mining   an.i
increasing sales during the past few metallurgical   Industries   of    Canada.
weeks,  and   considerable   buying  lias and the need of such a publication to
been  done in a quiet   way  since  the bring   the   raining   and   metallurgical
report of the surveying engineers was industries of the   Dominion   in   touch
sent to the head office of the B. C. B. with   the   newly   created   Departmenl
R.  in   London.    Several  parties,  who of Mines, ihe Minister. Hon. W. Tem-
are  under   the'  impression   that   they pieman, has authorized  the collection
"have received a straight  tip with re- of authentic and  reliable information  ��� ������i ar.	
gard   to  tin   final   selection    of   the for a   report  on   "The    Mining    and  mr    ,��� , r>    ��j 1    -,
Iran.way line,  have  bought    heavily, Metallurgical     Industry   of   Qanada." i INOCICC    tO    DUUClcrS.
and  look  to  making good profits  on This  report   will  cover  the-  following;
:NEC
1907,
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD. SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
j Trains &Steameri
I-e    .   '   V   V..   '     .
 	
W. C. Chamberlin _____*_____
AGENT HAM1LTOS   WATCH
Leavi      ���   tie l_ ,
C.P.R   WESTMIN   :        ,
Leave X. w   v:,,  i        ."' ' -
, ''���'���.'       - -    .
Arrive X. \\\ ;,:,.,, ,, ...
1     -.-:
GREAT NORTHERN |m������
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m... .,,   ''A!I-'\AT
Lv. X. W. 4.:
p.m.
un.; ar. Seattle 4:
���P.m..
I
Lv.
V.   W. & Y.~\ VXCODVPI
N-W.3p.m.and9:6_niB
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.i
M p. a
their Investments. Purchases along
the i roposed line have also been
heavy, ami many outside buyers have
invetsed.
information: Sealed tenders markel "Wesl  Wing
Name of  company. nf  centra! School"   will be receiv   I
Date'  of  incorporation ancl charter.     up to noon of
Authorized capital.
TUESDAY, MAY 21st, 1907,
al the office of the undersigned, Sixth
A. T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster.
Building in  Chiiliwack    litis    gone     Value of shares.
faster ahead in the last   few months!    Directors and officers,
than   had   been   the  ease   for  a   long      Head  office, Canadian office. [street,  coi aer  Clarkson, where   pleas
time past, and in some cases, ten or      Number of men employed. and specifications may  be seen until
twelve new houses are being erected.    Wages. that date.
In the' same street,    The demand for      Transportation     faculties,    market      Lowest or any tender not necessarily
medium   sized  houses   is  growing  all   and  prices;   and  the  following  Infor-   accepted,
ihe lime, -inil there are practically no   mation    regarding   the    mining   in- C. K. CLOW, Architect,
empty dwellings  In the  valley town.'idust.y:
One of the prettiest of the Chiiliwack      Mining land owned  and controlled, jTGI1CIGI*S   ^VcHltGU
houses is  the' bungalow    built    and   (province,  township,  concession,  lot),
owned    by  T.  E3.  Caskey,    merchant.     Class and character of ore rained.
tailor,  who  recently  moved  into his.    Average auallty of ore (analysis). For Stumping1 and   gTllbb-
new dwelling. Method of mining. ing a portion or land at New
In addition to the usual number of      Treatment of ore. if any. Westminster
stores.   Chiiliwack    possesses    three     Cost of mining (drilling, explosives, j     For information aDt)lv tO
hotels, two hanks two livery stables, hoisting,   transportation,   general   ox-j *     ' "'
two   creameries   and    several    other penses),    total cost    per ton of   ore i
growing  industries.    All  the    houses  raised.
are supplied with water, and as Boon;    For the metallurgical industry:
as the B. C, E. R. commences running      Location of plant.
cars over the new line, electric Ii.crht ;    Ore treated,
win be supplied to the Chllliwackers I    Quality of product.
tit   moderate  cost. Method of treatment.
-*��� ��� ������ Description   of machinery and   ap-
The creamery delivers sweet cream,  paratus used.
Ice cream and buttermilk. Source  of supply nf raw material.
Composition  of raw   material.
Cost  of production.
It  is proposed to reporl only upon '
producing mines, mines under development,   and   established   metallurgi-
  cal  Plants.   The  present   rapid   prog-
i egg jn (]i<? fievelopment of these In-
A      D* AT C*        ��   dustries  and the  changing conditions
/\    Dig   IMeW   aJlOCR regarding such factors as labor.mar-
ket   ami  prices,   will  necessitate sum- !
plementary    annual    publications   to;
bring the information  of the original
reporl  up  to date until  the changes
I,- . ,    . and new  materia! call  for the insur- :
II    YOU   have   a   lady       ance   of a complete report.
friend, we are sure she . " i:; ll��i'ed that those in charge of
will appreciate a box of :1"' ;"ir"s and lhdustrles t0 !i >- -
these
BULiET IN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily           NEW    WESTMINSTER            Arrives DaU)
9:20   a in       Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt. 3:00 p m
4::j3   p m        Vernon,   Everett, Seattle, Portland mm- i> m
_T35~p in        Spokane.SI Paul.and ail points Easl 3^00 p in
. :_0   a iu            Anacortes, VVooJley, Rqckport.      |     3j00 p in
3:00   p m     I                      Vancouver 0:20 ei m
9:55   i> m
' -The.  Ow
il]
12:10 a iu
���l::;."i    p in
ei a '.mi Seattle, N'ew        'i.-''   a m
Westminster & Intermediate p ilnts
Arrive
Leave   New Westminster for Guichon      :30 p. m.
Guichon 6  p.m.. Monday. Wednesday,'Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from  iuichon; 9:10 a.m. l.v. for Vancouver.
ROt'TK  OP THE FAMO ITS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trai r.s 2
Spokane. St. Paul. Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and    ali   peiints   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth ri   ervation, etc., call
on nr address,
I'. C. MEYERS, Agent,
NOTICE.
CHOCOLATES
riffht from the factories.
Webb's and Lowney's,
from 5c up.
We, the un lersigne 1 grot ers, i'o
hereby agree that ia future all rigs
shh.ll !" I-. ��� ihe store not later ihan
1:30 i>. m. for their last '.rip on delivery: _.
WEST END GROCERY, $
D. Gilohrist, Mgr
<;,'';o. ADAMS,
C. A. WELSH,
T, S. ANNANDALE,
ADAMS   &   DEANS.
New Westminster, B. C.
.May 1. 1907.
$250 Reward
.v<<o>>>>>;o>i>>>>>>>>>>x*>>i ��i>i>i>i'*>..*i>::*:>i>;>i>i>i>i>.>i>:>>;>:>:����-
M, i    1   ���
IvVwV'^
2.20 p.m       '  ML!��-��*
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; lr ..
5:45 p m. and Cp. _ w-
Mondays only. *'*,
Ii- C. ELECTRlC-VANCOUVEn
Lv. New  Westminster 5.50 63    ,
and S a. m., and ev,r> half hm 2 ''
after till 11 p. m. '    '*���
Lv.  Vancouver  for   .. estmlnsU,'���
same bours. ���
Fraser River and Gulf
UP iii'. 1
Oeavor
From N, W. M ,1,. v., p.i, ,
From  Chwk.  'J .. '.'". d'-
Ramon > - - y. \
From  N. \V. Tu     , ....
Prom (.'',,-*;.. :-��� ��� Fr��� 7,
DOWN i.i
.r_n.fer���
From N.W. dal   . ���
Aelei. nip. Mon lay, ��
From Stei esl ���-. , 7 ,..-.. 1;-;, ��.,���
Mall Service
i     -,:;
rii 1 tie, vl 1 Sumas : -y
Sapperton nnd Mill
side, No. l  :r j
Vancouver,  No.  1    7.45 a ....   9
.; XI!   Cl  .  rdale,
Blaine .Seattle . 1
Van, Ai: Cen, Pai k.10 . 1   -
Fresh   Chocolates.
Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
ported upon will furnish every facility
to representatives of the Department
of Mines, for obtaining such full and
j accurate data as will render the  :������-
: porl authoritative and useful.
Deserted from the steamer
VVoodfor 1, al I he Fraser Riv ir
Sawmins, a Chinaman, aged abou:
58, five feel nin Inches in height,
.sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop  in  sn iui lers, 'amis  wearing
overall.-i    when    last    .seen.    The
Vstorla, Ore., May IS.���All members        ,        ���        A    ,��� , ...    .
,        ,. above reward w I . be    .-.:,'. by t a .���
i  ihe. police force of the city of As-
��� ,,..;.,   .,.,,.���   .,,_,   ���,, ,   ,��� , captain of the S.S. Woodford  to
is.a   weie  suspended   from duty   bye
Mayor Wise this afternoon.   The rea-      anyone ^i.iteM Information causing
sou for this was ihe failure t<e close      the    apprehension    of   the    s >i l
| ilie  dance   halls  in accordance   withl    Chinaman.
Instructions  isstieel   by the   mayor last.;	
M iyor   Wise-   this   morning    ini
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"The Best is the Cheapest" (
V   Victoria
u
���  liast Burnaby
'l'ie .'.l 1 ii-1 works both ways if   ."-i  -������'.   your  dent.tl   work
 i" ,.   a I
1 .     ..    ��� .-
Lain":'. Steveston,
etc    I II
;���;   C.I' K e .  -. S 1    11
ten. Millside an I
Coqultlam     11.35
I.I M.    ii"
ll UI.
���'e> "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate spe     ,*',   e'm   and  Burnabj
ciallsta of iiea:;y years' experience,   \\'��� employ no others.   Their    ,���! Q-^'-R- Flyer ...
work, accomplished with the aid  if the "Boston Dentists'" patent-    <���',   rimberland-   ' ;'
,���,     and Friday .  .
ed painless methods, is tei*> best   known  to the profession     Our    >���  	
-iii mi p>:-"oi:��i:i crown an.i -.: i i -;������ work cannot he equalled any-    1*  Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
��� ritl��h   Columbia  Caast Llrt
Service.
where at any price,    l.e: us ^ive- .mmi an estimal
We Guarantee ail Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
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Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full set of teeth }5 and up     Gold   Fillin      J!   and  up
Gold Crowns   $5.00     Sllve    Fillings   50c
B Idg ��� W irk, per tootl $5.00     Exl   u   Ing 50c
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;���;      Princess  May,
% May  19.
,*!     Princet
TliVIE TABLE
B.  C.  Coast  Line Serv ce,
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subjecl to change ���'���
Princess   May, ���      V'an
M
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
>; May 29.
;���;       VA.N'COUVEH VII  i     ���
V S 9. Prim ess Victoi la ���  ��� ������- ^ n>
jj ver, l p.in. dailj.
9.
r. v^KrVrvC:vi,w,:d\.i,i;7GH\"nn',Hi,,;;;;:r,riI,;;;;;;.;. Cnrnnfi UanriPiAisin^ J H0urs9a.m.to8P.m..DR.A.R. BAKiR>cn_Hwn9DMiu_t   $   v, ....^
said thai   the dance halls  will no-.    ...   uraill'nflllUri/il.UJ:^^;^ PRINCESS BEA1R1
English   Watchmaker       closed until Instructions are received       ORGANS,   ranges.   STOVES.     \t       Leaves Victoria dally except Mod��1
Leaves  Victoria .1 i '.
lORIA-SEATTLE ROUT!
Tivo   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
om   the   police'   commission.     Th*
BUREAUS. BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
��� :��� 'ir then notified the chief that he
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 u;..   *'onld  suspend   every   officer on   the
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open  force pending an Investigation by the
i.. e, $5.00. council and this afternoon he did so.
Gentlemen's Silver Watchei    double  ��� ���
case, $7.50 up. This evening   two junior    baseball j SECOND-HAND    STORE
Rushton & Speck;
 The	
uVl";' lor the celebrated S   'th Bend  ;,���,lls w,���    ,        ��� ,ad    ,,   ,,.,       ,.
w at ..��� s, supplied   to   the    Wellman
\; tic    sp* UUon.   All warranted,       tentiar;   P0W' mossing   bats  with thej
Ch Ins, Rings, Jewelry, etc., eti Sa " rton Juniors, and a  hot Maine is
'.'.   ���       ... tiring     charges   tea. on-     remised.    The teams   will   meet   on
able. the  Sapperton   park   grounds,  and    il
Ig   bunch   of   supporters   from   each l
side will  be on hand to root  for .heir
ti uns,    The   teams   will   line   up   as
follows:     Penitentl ir,\    Catcher,     K.  JS>��
          Mackenzie;     pitcher,    SV,    Patchell;
J nn.tiii./.n   llinTITIITr !    Iir'~'   '���' "���   V\'.   lln;-."        ei ii l   base
We  also  do all kinds
cf   genera,   repairing.
Sign  Pdan on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
i SPROTT- SHAW!
BUSINESS INSTITUTE    i
Phone 275
HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
rd.  113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Westminster Iron Works
Hotel Guests.
Gulchon-J.    McLeod,    Vancouver; ''!;N'|,:|1 v" MACHINE AMJJ KiNUINH
__                                          W. I!. Brunnell, R. Ewraan, l-\ ll. Cun- WORK..
nlngham, Ottawa;   C   II   Noble    \m-        SHIP SMITHING, BKlUUta and
HORSE-SHOEING ' ,,,: '���Bmn"- "'���'" "'"���"
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds nt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  j
LIMITED
.:     Ings St, VV , Vancouver.
li - kkeeplng, Oregg and Pitman
Shortban I, Telegraphy and Kn-
gineerlng.
Seven Teachers
forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SP80TI, B. A., Principal
C. I'm'.Iim third base  l��� Carroll; .
���  op,  W llson  Patchell;   ri I lit flel Ifl    .,
Rei r  :   center fb 11,  .1.  Carroll;     I f
field,  J.   Doyle.    Sapperton    Catchi r
George Atkinson;  iiltcher, W. Crtntts
lli'st  base, I'-.. Wamslej :  set ond base,
friiy Atkinson;   third base,    A, Johnson;   shorl   stop,   \.  Coulson;    right
I'ii i I, A. Russell; center field, r. Go-
landers;   left   field,   .!.    House.   The
mui Im has nol  yel  I een selected.
','.. Sullivan, Cloveidal
Victoria.
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,    Best of Workmanship,
 ,vi	
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
,l    ,   t. Ornamental   Iron   worn,   inciuritiii
Fences, Oates, Fire Kscapes, etc.
Mall orders f*ml correspondence ir
Windsor���J,    Ryan.    Toronto;     ll    Tlted.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIQ biiti'.ivi-.
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Ele.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Piairi and Fancy Glao_.
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTEI!
ROUTE.
S.S. Rithei
Leaves    Victoria    on   T       -
Friday at 7 a.m., and I* aves .'������ ���
minster on We in- Sa
at 7 n.in.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. J oar,
}       Loaves Vancouver dail;   >' ;
�� WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
I Steamer Queen City.
Leaves Victoria at   11 ['�������� 0D ''
,   7th. and  l Ith em b
���   quol;   leave. \ li toi
v   Qttatalno and waj ikjIiii
LOWER FRASER RIVER R0UTt'
i Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  vVestniin
1    lay,  Tuesday,   VVedne lay. Tbui
!   ..mi   Friday al  2   p.m. ' ..   I
|     it 3 p. in. wiih .-ul.lei.-. ���' ���'"'
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,  j     Leaves Stev n \iii*   '
and Saturday"
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
:ld(ii'ionJ'
Wednesday, Thursday
7 a. in.:  Friday at ,; a. p
trip Sal unlay ,.  p, m.
UPPER FRASER  R'VBB "0lJ
Telephone 12. New Westminster   j s. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westm nster, ��        I
i   Cr    I'M'
Mondays, Wednesdays an*i "
,, Tuesday.
dims��! i
Merritt, A, S.  Lewis,    It. P. Stanlo;
Mrs. I". s, Creamer,   J,    il.    l-Iunte
H. M. HNUTSON'S, ��� 8th Si.     > �� ������ ����������*���
SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE  :,
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
1 cnioS_i f.���Reoviwnnmm*. 500Cords'of Tan Bark Wanted
ei   Rol erts;     A, 0,  Mi rrltt,  Mill-
side;   ;-. com.I;. Vancouver;   ���;. John- At th,>
'ton,   I"   Timber, Manitoba;    d.  v. frascr River Tannery
Johnston, Rl: In;   ''. !���:. Ri
���.'ii ���:   B.  Cndwell, .1. Cadv 111, La
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Leaven Chllllwac.   7
Thursday   and   Saturday^
landings,  batwoen   n> a
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN EJ. C r\OV'f-
S.  S. Tees ^   ;r, |
Leaves  Vancouver al       >''1"'   ,|
Branches through oul Canada and New Toundland, and  in   London,  England,  fini I   18th  of each  month. ��7, roola I
A Geo- Skldegate on flrsl trip ai*d Be'". a0j|
on second trip. Time on .'"'ri
BEGBIE STREET
Phone 214
Highest Cash Price Pa:<l
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico Cl
eral Banking Business Transacted
Letters of Credit issue.i, available will  correspondents In all Darts or tha departure nn* approximate,
World. M'....e.."7 i      ;.���,.   ronervaMona   and
Savings Bank Department,    Deposits received In sums of fl and upwards,  call or address .,,.
and in esl allowed at :; per cent, per annum (preseni rate) added KD '("'
four times a year.  . U'.etll    ' ' "   )      , ,^ e  1
II      IMM,      I'',- ,        ,|,p.
Total Assets over  . 1' 18,000,000,00,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G, D,  BRYMNER,  M ina ������-.
',.....
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Vic!
..'i. .... ��� :���:    i ���'
TH E   DAI]   .
Northern
pacific
Three
I ranscontlnenta!
' Trains Dail>
- th* Ft m ius
..... ( "AST LIMITED"
trail     i   ������ Rati
: Servi
York. Chicago.
Toronto. St. Paul
:  : ������ [NTS EAST
��� m   n sale 1   all i   ro-
..:-.-.    Ratei    P.c--~,:
a{��S   to   Southern   Cs
.   .       | on or wr I
.   '... ���
���     = St.. Var
1TUNTIC STEAMSHIPS
EMPRESSES
,; ��� ���..-.'��� ���
H  Po*W    EMP] GSS    ]   ;.... ..,_
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1_N;
and A
rr TU: ,.ut. ,-      - "" v                                        .   -��� M   OUJ   -��� CHERS.           *
-Zl.NEST   ASP   FASTEST= Ktorta. ���! W.
represents fi      ever tal
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Spokane fails _ Sorihern R) Co
Nehon & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
M Mountain Ry. Co.
- "     te  between  j
'   ���   ���     ' i    "     - ���     .-.   ������
��� '      ' te points
th i
Mil _       ��� "   . >     ._      .   I '     -     -    -  . .1
a Spa   ard  :    ..   '-:        ~      ' ' '
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(Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
I
fi ria Dav Excursion.
D\| FA8E WH ONE-TBIBfl
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rived the use of 1                  - . -                      re shooting pri*    the   �� (
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tbe mast of a i -,     an hit   ] i
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V   \  e It     iM r ,'. rm.1 te.' c.
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'   I i ���   ���     ered   bul :��� ::- .     Bla -    .    \
' ������,'.".       " p   ���    :-, '     '�� u Is   .       thai  shows thc  : - . .    I
Westminster
Transfer Co
' v     m    . . -.       ���   - s s ated \ . ,    .   ..   -,.;.���
-i 'rm fthe bow bestr*
'���-    ���'��� m ���       ������ ng to  I      ov
:   ��� '        ������'*" .....e.t e.f the mattei   lie sav,   Hi	
V" ������,-, .     * ��� ���    ��*a -"��� >������ - rnrk. _.���; -
* '' ��� ���' '        IP   ; arrow from   I I
" - - his I'"-, right   hn i ..'. .. -.   i | J
A street preacher      .. w esl ol Sco;
���. ,.    .,.    hin I town * ed t   ... asslng po
Columbia ht.
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My     are not i     ver of snov
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Excellent Train Service Between
(Chicago, London, Li^ht and Hea^y Hauiinj
Hamilton, Toronto, o��ice-Tram DePct
Montreal, Quebec, where to dine
Portland. Boston, in thc
.... out being anno) *\! bj a par
i and asked him t.i re       ..... .                                                        ,
:.     el ...                ones    ' Wr,'.  \, Malta, which Is   In  nearest spot   ���      ,     t I
Eee." i l!ed_jbi                    _B< er,   "11 J on     e c* rtn n of eoniplot*                i     | J
would be a hard jol   for in *   la e spot If you are fond of It. tbe suburbs of SI     i i
th* ��� i     tell ye  what I'd dae if I I'et* I ���' irg vi ill furn sh ..ii j ou in ed lo
were  j "Whal   would   vou  do?" a~l��. fi>r there you innj   be sun    I
eagei red t      ; rea I
ga round wi'
.lu.:   for 170 days  In tiie year    rh*   happ;    j
- ... -mmm   >   supplied   bj   * '��� peuhngi n    t |
w ;i: thirty days, while Palermo. Horn*    | ���
and Venice, with oue, two and five days   i i
t
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��� . rir:Mi).al businesi cent* rs of
'     i, QUEBEC ai I  the MARL
IME PROVINCES.
ROYAL CITY
Mm-    ��� ..  -: souu'I r,-;..', tivi'iv. im..\  be recommended I
prove to I ���   i.oi ���  ilace nc those who merel) care for siiom   as a
cestr.y   whei tt-ao     to their  origins casual    and    fleeting    guest    [<oudoi
'Fii ������.            ,i\ - -   ������ ing :::���' Chroi    le,
ii'. ist "en ..inl wn?
:'           '  > .'             th   I ���.   -.     - m |   .                               His Suggestion.
-   ���     ���    i IAL* i.  NEW YORK :uv.;
I PHIA, -. a Niagara Falls.
F ���  '! able s, etc., address
. GEO.   W.  VA..X.
���. ,  Passeng* r ai i Ticket
:.->.:.   - St.. ��� hi M . .'. 111.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
| ,'RAD, CARCRi t?S. ATLIN,
1 'KS!'.,    DAWSON    an.i
Dally   trains   (except
rryifig   passengers,   mail,
f'pn        ind    freight    connect    with
F -      '  ���   .-.-rots and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
foi int'Tineition apply to
H   F   iGERS,  TrafFic  Managei,
V.-.nrouver.   R.  C
rvenney &   _\t.Mduidiu sls ,  ,     ,,..
oung  wm^iii  is net  lutein  .   j
Estimate for Window Shades,
Floor    Linoleums,   Oilcloths,
Carpets, or any requisite for i
* i *
complete housefurmshing, We ,j
have the stock,experience and ii
workmen to do it. and chai- ji
lenge the trade of British Col- |j
umbia as to prices and quality.
Give us a chance and you'll be
the gainer for three good j
reasons:
First
Because we have the selections
at the lowest possible prices
for Al qualities.
Second
Open All Night
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
..tii- or e\ i'h de* ent i>  . n::--:-
creditor aud ���   tl ��� -: ���.   il   .���-.-<���   oua."
���' r:ii "Oh, but her father is worth n million
���    dollars."
"Th* n I think she should be ivqulrod
to el;s|l:i\   n notice to that  effect."
l.ee',l;-.\ '.lie  ('i.'Ml :,m  .K.lll'll.'ll
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000      -hkiuk you. doctor, for pre��crU��l__
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO. n trip to the Spn for me,  Now.wlllyou
B   E   C\'AI.KER,  I'm   Ident a,mX    LAIRD,  General   Manager.    '",>:1;"  "sli  j"**���1*'*   '"  ***,"*
smohiiiB eeieii drinking lieer, and tli*'u
my trip will be easily paid f.>r'.;"   Meg
gensdorfer Blatter.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AKD  ENGLAND.
ic'or of th* He. ir     ('   ... ,
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Because our work is done hy
high-class mechanics and no
slipshod work goes for US.
!
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Third
11 is interestiii;   lo tv      that the   j
choice ot white I m- m .        ��� dresses   t
wl ii   any    irancli   ol   Lhe   Bank,    is comparatively n modnrn fashion,   i
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be tr.in.-... t�� I by m
Accoun*-. opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mall.    Every    The^Roninn briilei  wore vol low, nnd   J
atteutk " to out-of-town accoun t
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-ll. It  DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO it O'CLOCK.
in if.e* nio.l cai ti in counlries pink
is the bridal color,   1 luring the middle nges the rennissunco i rides were'
i rimson, and mosl of our Plnntagi
nei and Tudor queen - wcro married
lit t his . iviel hue, Wllii ll is sl 'il [mii
The Milwaukee^
l^e Pionr*.- Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago. 'South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
in   the   service  on   any | j
'    '   n  the   world  that   equ il  in   ;
i  of the i hicago, Nfil-
���    Paul   Railway,     Diey
rate their own  sleeping
: on all! their train- and
thi ���      trons   an   excellence  of
| bl linabl. els< where.
.'I  S KDVVI'".. Geoeral Agent.
I ;- Tv,m i       cor Alder, Portland, Or.
���I    ular  n parts of Bril (any, \\ her. i lie
brid*   is usually dre.ssc*l in crin  on
^    bro : dc.    11  wns M;ir\  Stuurl who
first i btinircd tin- color of bridnl iri ���
ipsa _______Tan__ ssssEijr: ?:tzzraczaz-3
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WHEN  GOING EAST
llA?K THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVI
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
F8nt i; ,ina |. v, rv j)av ,n tilc yeit
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
iTm.T||i'- TRAL*.  OF  FAME
���,:   -   NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Ifn,,'1"    the newest   and best ideas
1��   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
I,;'' '-', XURY,     It  is  lighted  with
lbril.    fctr'c'ty   a'"1   Sas>--  ,lie   mr,st
|,���. '''""'>'   illuminated   train   in   tiie
VDVERTJ  :- MENTS   !X
���Private
llr  ff|ii'piiH-nt  consists  f't
te, "ompartment   cars,   standar
I    Cct'on Bleepers, luxurious dining
|in0'/w'il,'n8 chair cars (segts free),
lln. fn  '!:'-v   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
t   "Jd smoking cars.
I.trti.    .:,r,t' Table--, Folders, or   mj
''r mfi rmation call on or   .
F- W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
^�� Second Avenue, Seattle, Wa h   L
Dsil
ty
N ews
BRING   BH-   RKTUKXS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
ment
Al lier mui im ro vrilli I-mi
Because We stand back of all
our contracts and make good
if vou are not satisfied,
������JUST TRY US.
i
Ci's    II.   of   l-'r.'liie e   in    1''m'!      \\'\\\i<\     |
took place nol before tho altar, li I   \^	
before   the grenl   dcora  of   NTotrc   *---	
|��.i!i..   ��� l e  vras   i; owned   in   wh li   ���	
broi ado, w itli b I rn n ol  .���   ���   blue
1'er inn veh el iix yard        '��� utrl li
This inno\nl mui i m.i ed ijuite ii   li
ii    i In'   fui biouuble  w urld  nl   tin
��� li ���,' m   nol, Ii    ever, (ill (|nili
ti i' i nd nft'..      ... j       h     ntur\
tluii p ire .i'ni'-. 11"       'I
u en ;i  Im.   royal  .Yen -   ividm   . be
ran ���  popular  for bi  lnl  ���   	
iu 1'iM'laiul.    Church 1       lie,
lee's Furniture Emponum
Phone il    iiiipiiiii mock,   New Westminster
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
Not Too Good For tho Qonoral.
ll ig related of (.loneral   'Inrlii
f    I'fii'e  lbut   he oni o ' loppi d  nl   n
.humble cabin in M ii i ottri nnd n I oil
for .' upper,   The j;ood wife of Hn
1 liiiuse was thrown into n Hut Ler of
_x.it_mon1   iiver  entertaining   bei
ili-iin,"iii-hod   gue_1   and   prolli i
wil li   npolog i-     for   Hie   imi    \en
tempting menu, oonjisting of corn iv
t] .i'm'im, boiled eullnnls nml wheat |
coffee sweetened ��illi sofglium, Tin
hungry officer ate hoartily of tin
| eoario fo*n|, but not r_.i_hing lhi
over   sweet, poffoe   pttSSed   his   dip. 15
saying: U
, "Not  quite  so   touch   molasses,
pli'iise."
"Tho Idee!'"1 gasped the loyal
hostess, "Catch me skirnpin' your
.iveeietiin'!" as she tilted the m >���
lapses jtifj upward whjle amber ropes
of 'sweel ("en' '���- crflowed Cu i :r.,<
f-aiieer nnd threatened tli ���:.-ter to
tho spni li ���
"Why (enthusia ticaily). thi I coffee wonlil be no - ��� too ; ood f >t- f3en-
ernl Price if 'Iw ts nil tri >In_ >s I"--
Mefnpliis N'".��������������� ?eimit   .
COCOA
(Mnpln I,*>_f
i   gaining In favor _v_rj. iinv-   Out output i��"*t yur w��= doubts die
ffl ptectdlng *>nr.     Tho moil  hialthful  nnd  mitritldiia of  lievpi��_pn.
rnr; cowan co.. Ltd., Toronto
'A. iTVVWTTO^MatffVlsWPfv
Im
Ide Schaake Machine W
NEW WESTMINSTER, F
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CHILLIWACK    POPULAR.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONO/
AY *
DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES.
inais
Growing     Demand    for    Property     In   Ccmpreliensive   Report  on  the  Miring
Thriving Town���Many Houses and   Metallurgical   Industries.
Building. ���	
���  hi view of the numerous  rej_ues s
The local real estate dealers who from this country and .rom abroad
handle Chiiliwack properties report tor Information <m the mining an.1
increasing sales during the past few metallurgical Industries of Canada,
weeks, and considerable buying has and the need of such a publication to
been dune In a quiet way since the bring the mining and metallurgical!
report of the surveying engineers was Industries of the Dominion in touch
sent to the head office of the B. C. B. with the newly created Department
R. in London. Several parties, who of Mines, the Minister, Hon. W. Tem- j
are under the impression that they pieman, has authorized the collection
"have received a straight tip with re- of authentic and reliable Information
gard to the final selection of the for a report on "The Mining and
tramway line,  have  bought    heavily, Metallurgical     Industry   of   Qanada."
and  lool<  to  making good profits  on  This  report  will  cover  the'  following ^^^^^^^^^^_
their   investments.     Purchases   along, information: Sealed tenders marked "West Wing,
'the   proposed   line  have     also    heen \     Xaine  of   company. of   Central  School"   will  be   receive et
heavy, and many outside buyers have \    Date of incorporation and charter,    up to noon of
invetsed. j    Authorized capital. TUESDAY   MAY 21st   1907
Building  in   Chiiliwack    has    gone]    Value of shares. iUECi.rt��,  mj\i   _,isi,   uin,
faster ahead  in the last   few months      Directors and officers. al the office of the unde signed
���^^^��� """^������"^"^"l Trains & Ste   ^
'. NECKLETS i \ "-<&?_���   metl
I   Leave \. \V.
,-  ... I' Leave
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
Notice to Builders.
W. C. Chamberlin The Jeweier
A GENT HA MIL TO,\   M A TCH
v.
IS.)
C.P.R   WESTM1.N
Leave \. \y   3 :
Arrive X. \\; :,:;-   ^""j 1_"1", l?.;;
I,
I street, corner Clarkson, where plans
and specifications may he seen until
that date.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
acci pte I.
C. Ii. CLOW, Architect,
than   hail   been   the case  for a  long      Head  office, Canadian office.
time past, and in some cases, ten or j    Number of men employed.
twelve'  new  houses  are being erected j     Wages.
in the same sireet.    The demand for      Transportation     facilities,     market
medium  sized  houses  is growing all  and  prices;   and the following infor-
the time, and there are practically no  mation    regarding   ihe    mining   in- i	
empty dwellings  in the  valley town,  dustfy: ��__!        X    _J
One of the prettiest of the Chiiliwack ,     Mining land  owned  and  controlled, j J CI!ClGr$    Vw3l1*��Cf
houses is   the* bungalow    bull!    and.   (province, township, concession, lot).! 	
owned     by   T.   E.   Caskey,     merchant      Class  and  character of ore mined. _
tailor,  who   recently  moved   Into his.    Average quality of ore  (analysis). For StUP.Iping" and   gTlu'D-
new dwelling. Method of mining. ing a portion of land at New
In addition to the usual number or     Treatment of ore. If any. Westminster.
stores.    Chiiliwack     possesses     three      Cost of mining (drilling, explosives For information   apply to
hotels, iwei  hanks  two livery stables,  hoisting,   transportation,   general   ox-j
two  creameries  and    several    other  penses),    total cost    per ton of   ore j Aa T�� mORROW��
growing   Industries.    All the    houses  raised.
are' supplied with water, and as Boon;    For the metallurgical industry:
as the B. C. IC. R. commences running '     Location of plant.
curs  over the  new  line, electric light ;     Ore treated.
will be supplied to the Chilllwackers |    Quality of product.
at   moderate   cost. Method of treatment.  ^^^^^^^^
  Description   of  machinery and   ap-j    ^  the  undersigned    grocers,    do
The creamery delivers sweet cream, | l'aratus used. hereby agree that  in  future all rigs
Ice cream and buttermilk. Source of supply of raw material,   I
Composition  of raw   material.
Cost of production.
It   is  proposed   to   repoi"   only  upon   	
prodiuing mini's, mines under devel-1     "J-'��1  v.yu i*ti'-K r-u\,        -\
'lopment,   and   established   metallurgi-
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster.
B U LLET I N ,
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily N'EW    WESTMINSTER Arn...- Dailj
9:_0   a in        Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt. 3:00 pm
4:.'!5   p m        Vernon,   Flverett, Seattle,  Portland :<:Zi ;> m
4:35   p in        Spokane,Sl Paul.and all points |.;:ls; :;:on p m
9:20   a ni Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport. 3:00 p m
3:00   ]* in     I Vancouver 9:20 a m
9:55   p m . I      .::;.. p m
1_:10 a in        -The' Owl,"  betw ten  Seattle,  N'ew 6:20 a m
Westminster & Intermediate points
Leave   New  Westminster  for iiii hon    3:50  p. ni.      Arrive
Guichon C p. 111., Monday. Wednesday,'Friday.
Mir. a.m. arrive from  luichon; 9:10a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE  OF THE  FA MO US "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trai r.s 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis    and    all    points   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth  ri    irvatlon, etc., call
on . r ���! Idress,
F. C.  MEYERS, Agent.
 ���   ��� MM,   :    ,
GREAT NORTHERN
Lv. X. W. 9.20am- ,    ?AiL\vav
,_.N-w-^�� -..'..
<;--^=il;y;:y^<~
Lv. Vancouv,.,. s '"-"l
O. N.R.-  ,.���.,.
Lv-  X.  VV. 9:35 am. ICH0*'
2-20 p.m. am" ar' Oulcbo,
Lv. Guichon, _  in ,, m
5:45 pm. and 6 p. ��'��'* * N'*,
Mondays onlv. H
B-  C ELECTHIC-Vvrni-,.
l.v   Xew   We.,,,J^5**
���nd 8a.m>1 and ev.ry half LVf'1
, arter till n p, m alt ao��r tkt.
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  v..
same hours. M
Fraser River and Gulf
L''' RIVER
Qeavoi
From XW. Mon. w,    >-, v
from  Chwk,   , .
Ramona ������ * n
PVom N. w. Tu.. Th., Sat _,.
From Chwk. 8un    VV|       ���    U
DOWN  i.m.
1 : insfer���
Prom N.W. daily,
Add. trip, M mdi   ,
From Stevesl . . ; .      , j.y ,.,
tmln!
��t
NOTICE.
CH0C01ATCS
A Big New Stock
ri.^ht from the factories.
Webb's and Lowney's,
from 5c up.
If you have a lady
friend, we are sure she
will appreciate a box of
these
Fresh   Chocolates,
Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
.,.        , , r-        . , r. I 1 rom    the    police
iwo   doors   Irorn   Ueo. Adams,   Grocer
leal  plants.   The  present   rapid  progress In the development of these Industries  and the  changing conditions
regarding such factors as labor, market   anel  prices,  will necessitate supplementary    annua!     publications   to 1
bring the information of the original I
> reporl   up  to date until  the changes I
land new material call  for the insur-1
ini 1   of ee  complete report.
It Is hoped that those in charge of
the  mines  and   industries  to   he re-
'.ported upon will furnish every facility!
to representatives of the Department
Iof .Mines, for obtaining such full and
j accurate data  as will  render  the report authoritative and useful.
���shall leave the store not later than
1:30 p. in. for their last trip 011 delivery: _.
WEST END eiK-M ERY,
D. Gilchrist, Mgr
GEO. ADAMS,
C. A. WELSH.
T. S. AXXAXDALE,
ADAMS  &  DEAXS.
New Westminster, B. C.
May  I. 1907.
$250 Reward
Mail Service
,    ' Receltail
j '""���'''���"��� 'l' Sun a   ; m        iM
Sapperton and M ..
slde. N'o. 1  7.40 a ta. U.3j
Vancouver,  N'o. 1. 7.4
��� N.R   Cloi   rda
  Blaine .Seattle.. I
.��� AMAAAfc*tt>>>>m>��^.Xfi*.<*>a��y:fy>>.i��i>i*x��;>;>:>;>:>;>:^^Wrr,^  Van. A; Cen. Pa ,, o.riii,
��� ���.:      a
j "The Best is the Cheapest" I
'���]   Victoria
Kast Burnaby
1.1
Ladner, Steveston,
etc  1
'f), C.P.R east.Sapper-
I   1
>J ton, Millside an 1
The old rule works both  ways If  you  gel   your  dental   work    J��J     Coqultlam     :;.35_aI
'?'..      lone ..   the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate ape-    j��J I'an. an    Burnab)                       |
__ .���������M-.e  ���    ..f   .	
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*
1    Astoria, Ore., May is.���All uiemhei
of the police force of the city of Astoria   were  suspended   from  duty   bj
Mayor Wise this afternoon,   The reason  for this was the failure to close.     ���
the   ilance   halls   In  accordance   with      Chin
instructions issued  by the mayor last.
Mayor   Wise   this   morning    interviewed  Chief Gammal and  the latter
said that the dance halls will nol be
Deserted from the steamer
Woodford, at the Fraser River
Sawmins, a Chinaman, aged about.
58, five feel nine Inchi s In height, 1
sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop in sn iul lers, was wearing
om ralis when lasl seen. The
above reward wi i be paid by the
captain of the S.S. Woodford to
anyone giving information causing
ihe.. apprehen-i ju of the s ild
_man.
ciallsts of many years' experience. We employ no others, Their
work, e impllshed with the aid if t e "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, la the best known to the profession Our
gold md porcelain crown and bridge work (anno: be equalled anywhere at any price,    Let us give you an estimate
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
V  G.X.R. Flyer
��� ���   I ' ll.00p__.vl
V   Hmberlan I,   Tues
and Friday .   . .   12.00 a
>J      Gold Crowns
: -
;*  Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
'_
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full set of teeth $5 and up     Gold   Fillin    .. .
 $5.00     Silvi ll -���-. .
Bridge Work, per tootl $5.00    Extracting	
���$1   and   up
    50c
 50c
��� rltl.h  Columbia  Coast Llrt
Service.
TIME TABLE
B.  C.  Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to chan
Princess   M i .
j THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
i
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;���;   .May 29.
;���;     vaxcouveh victoria not
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May  19.
Princess
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V.e
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9 S,   I 'rim ess Victoi iu  .       - V ������ J'|
ver, l p.m. dally.
Leaves Victoria dailj  al I ��::.
cloned  until  Instructions are received!      ORGANS,    RANGES.   STOVES.
^^^ BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Second-Hand PIANOS I.Hours 9 a'm't0 8 pm"DR'A- R-BA KER-Consu,tm9 Dent,st-   I   ���>����� "^ ���������������
j y.v.<>-<>..<>..��>..��.*>..*-��.<>..<>.*>..��>..*>.>:.��.>:>>:>>>::*:>: :<c<>rc*>:c��rc<��>::o:>:-*>-v>vvv-*--��'-��-��-��--.--^:" princess be.a
ORGANS.     RANGES.    9,Tn_.<.  , .   ������-��..��..���..���.
commission.     Th*'
I mayor then notified the chief thai he
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up. *'ollld  suspend   every   officer on   the
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open force landing an investigation by the j
face. $6.00. rouncil and this afternoon he did so.;  ... 	
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double ������ ���
case, $7.50 up. This evening   two  junior    baseball j SECOND-HAND    STOR'E
Agenl for the celebrated South Bend teams will pla.   the lads of the pen!- ...      ,      ,      ��� _ ��� ���
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman ,    ,. . We also do all kinds
.Arctic Expedition.   All warranted. tenUar-v  row' c���sslng hats  with the of  general   repairing.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc, Sa '1)erton Juniors, and ;. hoi game Is sign Man on Whee!.
..-.,,,..,   , ,,-,.!���,..    ,.i,,,...,.j   ,.,..,��,,n promised.    The leama   will   meel  on     ���. ..      ,,.   .   ,
\\atcn   lepaiung,    cnarges   reason- Columbia St. New Westminster.
able. ;""   <-^^^m^~
Phone 2 75
Rushton & speck j B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
IT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
..    Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bo ikkeeplng, Qregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En-
j    glneerlng.
Seven  Teachers
}  forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPJ13Tf( B. A., Principal
tne Sapperton park grounds, and i
' I -. bunch of supporters from each
side will be on hand to root for I heir
teams, The teams will line up as
follows:     I'i'iiitiiiii ir..    Catcher,     K.
Mackenzie;     i.itch-c r,    W,    Patchi II:
i
j first li i mm W. liar-.''/: sei ond '��� < )0,
' c. Dayle; third base i.. Carroll; i lorl
stop, Vi llson Patchell; rlfhl flel Hi \.
Berrj: center li' 1 I, J. Cai roll: I* fi
field, .1. Doyle. Sapperton Catchi r,
Oeorge Atkinson; pitcher, SV, Cdutt.
rirsl base, 11. Wamslej : Bei ond hii ie,
; luy Al Mason; third base, A, Johnson : shon stop, \. Cotilson: r gli
flel I, A. Russell; center field, U. Colanders; left Held, J. HouBe. The
uni) Ire has nol yel I een select e.'.
.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
rd.  113. Office,  Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   8.   C.
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Leaves Victoria daily except MonW|
at 8:30.
���""* *_________________________________���
f    VICTORIA      NEW      W_STMINSTEB|
ROUTE.
S.S.  Bithet
Leaves   Victoria
\   Friday at 7 a.m., and I* ives N'enWa
minater on SVe Ine - la    an I Saw I
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
.       Leaves Vancouvi r da     ft 1
{ WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen City.
Leaves Victoria al  11 p-m. i,;;
ih, and  I lih eai i '     il
Westminster Iron Works
i I Hotel Guests.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  I      Guichon���J.    McLeod,    Vancouver;   ^'^EOAL MACH1NK Anjj djnginb
 .  '   NV- "��� Bi'unnell, It. Evvnian, K. n. Cun^ WORK.
unocc ciii-kr-iKT.-. nln?am; ottawa; (' H-Noble-An:i-    8HIPBMIT��w��.mm****
nUKoL-oHOEING   '"'    ':       Sull,van*   Mr.  and   Mrs,   || STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,    Best of  Workmanship,
 ,vi	
H. M. KNUTS0.VS, - 8lli St.
SISIS JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
BEGBIE STREET Phone 214
���'       iii--    Cloverdale;   M, Corrlson I    Ornamental   Iron   vvorK,   inciudln.
Fences, Oates, I* ire hiscapes, etc.
' ' lotorla,                  , j^.tlj ordopg f.nel correspondence In
Windsor���J.    Ryan,    Toronto;     ll. lited.
Kipp, Chiiliwack; C. McElvern, A. a. i*r\��-��IVI   DFin
Merritt,  A.  S.   Lewis,    R,  P.  Stanley, JOlirN   KCIU,
Mrs. F; S. Creamer,   ,T,    ll.    II er, BEOBIB ��TK_JhiT.
Millside.:     Charles   Damske,   Cadillac,   ^ v>:;'"''ns;,,r *"' ��  i7i
"coloni"'! ^.^e^ZrVrSln^ 500 {M/Of ^H Mk WaON
Poinl   lio'i'i'is;     A. <;.  Merritt,  Mill-
side;   ;���'. Goudy, Vancouve.;   B. John- Al the
ston.   K. Timber, Manitoba;    d. s f=raser River Tannery
Johnston, Eli In;   '���'. E, Rawlins  '
Cndwell, ,T, Ca*l > ��� ll. La
Highest Cash Price Paid
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc '
Fish and Fruit Boxes. \W\
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gla__ '     L0WER FRASER RIVER R��UTt
^^ .Sl,.,i,.m   1 - .-isfer
*   quol;   leaved Victoi
>   Qua! -iu i and wnj
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Leaves  Nevi   Wesl ������ - i*' ':1
Jl ii I
|   day,  Tuesday,  Wedne I ., Thursd:
'   and   Friday al  J   p m, and Soturdar-j
i    u 8 p. in. with additional trip :1:,: '
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.  I   ''; a1 B M " ���   ,    ntM
���    I      Leaves sieve (ton Mon to. *'  -
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Te-lephone 12. New Westminster
ER ROUTE
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Branches through ml Canada and New
��� $14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
c iy,
Wednesday, Thursrtaj and Saturday ��M
7 a. ,���.;  Friday at G a. o. ��ddttW"
trip  Sat unlay  ..   p,  tn.
UPPER  FRASER  I
S. S. Beaver
Loaves   New  We tm ���' '' ��� 8 "'   ��
Mondays, Wednesdays hii i I'
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. "'��� '^^
Thursday   an.l   Saturday!   ' : "i:
landings,  betwoen   New  v-,,:';
nnd Cbllllfl ick.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tecs ���r(
Leaves  Vancouver al   5- p.��   - .
��v loundland, and  in   London,  England,  find'ieth  of" each month, <w��ln*"'
eZlZk^'niiT anaTHpokane- U'8'A- '""' Mexico City.    A (ien-  S?,".?. ��1 ���,\2 ������d ��������*
eiai Banking Business Transacted 	
on si'e'iiui trip. Time on
correspondents In nil _n.t�� ,.r .i...  ,   ...���   m��imat(.
,   . ie itlOl
Letters of Credit Issue,!   ������v.M-i'.l,. win ,      __��� ��"  Krf"""1   frli'' Tlnl�� "" '
World, available will  correspondents In all narts of tha departure ar,- approximate
Savings Bank Department,    Deposits  receive,] ln  ng of ,, .    .    " "7 '      ''''"'   ''" 1Pr^|,i":i:   snd
and Internal niir.wi.,1 ,i �� '       ' Sl ;"ul "Pwards, cai  or address
CCe.    y^r . P6rC0nl,t,eranr um (resent rate) added m corn J
Total Assets over J168,000,000.00 |,;   '   '"'
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e   '���
,.ii-i>r
NEW WESTMINSTER DRANC H,
.1.    II.Ml      I'
v    ��� . I ' ���
,;' "' BRYMNER, Manager        ,._���..,,,  , ,,: n,.nder.t,VW
ria- _ND
,y  MAY 20, 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
iMorthern
pacific   |
Three
franscontinentai
Trains Dai.y
Travel <>n the Famous
���N0RTH COAST LIMITED"
jilted iriiin.   Low Kates.
Excellent Service.
[:   ,, York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
,:..e ALL POINTS EAST
- Tickets on sale to ail Euro-
��� ��� .
,cia|   Reduced    Feates    Round    Trij
Rates  *3   Southern   California.
formtion call *>n or wril
\ \ NG, Gi neral Agent,
St.,  Vancouver, IJ. C.
V. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
==FINEST  AND   FAgTre-r"-.-
EMPRESSES
 H
u,8;��00 \ 1-Mi'i-       <��� WWmSS^m
H. Ho.tr I EMPRESS OJ IRELAND.}   TON.
'.. '."���. May 31
'     ��� :       ,     ...     ...-
"   '' ��� ,
GOULET,
C. J'. R    v.-::'.
.tl   ,.   In   SS .���;...
Spokane fails & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Stieppard Ry,
M Mountain Ry. Co.
v Co.
Origin of Dollar Mark.
"liven1 Ami riean knows the
n e tning of the dollar mark, but in
the urgent quest Cor that which it
represents few ever take time to
learn its origin," said a bank clerk
the other.    .
"Af r a careful arch t vera!
books," Ine continued, "I have found
that i! was originally I hi :i_ :;re 8
lend was first used to ele'!,,,:,. dollar,
bv Alexander Hamilton. This gen-
tli man, it is well known, lived ''��� -
a number of years among Spanish
people, and it is from them he derived the use of the figure as a sign
for our dollar. In a .Spanish dollar
there are- j ist eighl pieces, and
when prefixed by a Spaniard to a
number it signifies so many times
eighl pieces. The two lines were
afterward drawn tlirmi*rh tei distin-
H [oria Day Excursion.
... old i ��� all I* :al point   ; I
0\E FARE AND ONE-THIRD
��� the round trip.
on  sale  May 22, 23 , n I 2b.
[ turn up to .May 27.
ED. GOULET,
c. }'. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
irand Trunk Ry.
[Excellent Train Service Between
. hicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland. Boston,
Ind i ��� | rincipal business centers of
��� I, QUEBEC and  the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
J    ���   i. I] FA LO, NEW YORK and
fHi       ELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
... Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA_X.
listant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
}.-!.-    m Adan s St.. Chicago, 111.
TAKE
The White Pass
land Yukon Route
fcr CON] .:>. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
i HORSE,   DAWSON   and
[AIR] iNKS. Dally trains (except
[undaj arrying passengers, mail,
I'i''-- - d freight connect with
1 - -,-ross and  White  11 < t. c.
paintaining a through winter service.
roi information apply to
H   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei,
Vancouver.  R. C
The  only all  ran  route  between  all
point- east, west and south to K    -
land, Nelson and intermediate points
' '   ei ting at Spokane v. ti; the Great
Northern, Northi rn Pi   ':,:   nd 0   '���'
& X. Co.
j onn< t it Ros I tnd - ith thi - n-
idian Pacific K tilway for ti in ' .-,
Creek points.
C nnects at Meyi rs Falls with
st . ���   ''lily for R* ��� ubli -.
Bi ffet -��� rvice on trail s bel en
5pe   ane  -ue'!  Nels
Effective    Sunday,    November    ;_.
1.01.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9-20 aiti Spokane  ...7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 am Neison   6.45 p.m
H. -V rACKSON.
gni.-h it from other
York Press.
rures
-New
Westminster
Transfer Co,
'fi". 'Pbone l ..      Harn 'Pnone 137
Columbia ht.
Bap gage   lellvered    prof     \   -.-?  -.'. ���
pari of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram   Depot
WHERE TO DINE
In the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
A  vile Pcttorroance.
On the occasion oi bis i .other's bene
fit l.'i-.e .11 Booth was stai di ig behind
lie.- scenes when a character actor who
had heen givl mj ie litatlons of noted
acl er- was about to respond to an en
"Whom el.j you Imitate next?" In
'i-...-i d Booth.
"Well," was fhe reply, -i was going
to represent you In Hamlet's soliloquy,
bul If you look im I'm afraid 1 shall
mi ke ti mess of it."
"Suppose I imitate myself?" remarked the tragedian, and, hastily putting
on the other act u-'_ wig ancl buttoning
up his coat, he w* ut on and delivered
il." well known lines.
N'ext morning tbe newspapers stated
their tbe Imitations ruined tbe performance, "the personation e.f Edwin Booth
being simply vile enough to make
that actor shudder bad lie seen it."���
Toledo Blade.
a street preacher in a west of Sco:
lain! 1 iwn complained tee a passing po
llceman about being annoyed by a part,
of tbe audience and asked bim to re
move the obnoxious ejiees. "Wt-eT, yo
see." replled^jhe cautious officer, "it
would be a bard job for me tae sp.t
the.'::, but I'll tell ye what I'd dae if ;
were you." "What would you do'!"
eagerly Inquired the preacher. "Just
ca round wi' the hat!"
FAMOUS  ARCHERS.
Stories ef Wonderful Skill With Bow
and Arrow.
The expression "drawing a longbow"
does not of necessity mean tbe telling!
of a falsi hood. Il s< ineflmes refers to
a wonderful story, whi b may be true
enough, but which is so marvelous as
to require a firm trust In tbe veracity
of the narrator to enable the hearer to
believe it.   Some of the longest bows
Of   this   sort   have   been   drawn   about
bows aud arrows,
These stories began long ago. Virgil'
in the ".���Kneid" te-lls of four archers
who wer... sbootiug for a prize, the
mark beinga pigeon tied by a cord to
the' mast of a ship. _ he first man bit
the mast, the second cut the.- cord, anel
the third shot tie" pigeon as it flew
away. The fourth archer, bavin},' nothing left to shoot, drew bis bow and
sent bis arrow flj'ing toward the xby
with su.-h speed that the friction of the
air set the feathers on fire, and it
..wept m:. like a meteor, t'i disappear
In the clouds,
The stories told of Robin Hood's
archery, Illustrated by his wonderful
performance as Locksley In Scott's
"Ivanhoe,'1 are also a d* cided strain
upon a sensible per 1 n's credulity. Th ���
famous story of William Tell, doubted
by many persons, is believed by others
to hav" ;! foundation of fact. There
was a Dane named 1 oke eef whom the
same story is told, a:i 1 William of
Cloudesley, an Englishman, is said to
have shot an apple from Lis son's head
merely to show his expertuess.
Most stories of bows and arrows relate' tn the accurate aim of the archers,
but a Frenchman, Blaise de Vigenere,
tells one that shows the tremendous
force with which an arrow may be
propelled if the bow be strong and long
enoujrh. According to his own account of the matter, he saw Barbaras
sa. a Turk, admiral of a ship called the
Grand Solyman, -end an arrow from
his bow right through a cannon ball.
I
�� I
I "in-i nee.
Many words ol most august sound
prove to be of quite commonplace ac
ces try when trae* to their origins
"riie:.:,""" is n ..i. utily "settling up,'
Literally, it is just "en:!:;:}''' .,uj lv:...
form rly _ ed ii that very simpl'
si nse in the E111 " h language.   Ther
11  ������ ������'-...;   .1 ttling   lip  vi'h :���
creditor and acquired the special senst
of rat: -��� aj.
B. :���:.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORO.NTO.
.I.KER,  President. ALEX,   LAIRD,  Genera!  Managei
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN TKE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be transacted by mall   with   any   branch   of  the   Bank.
Accoum-. opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail.    Every
at tent lc.- to out-of-town accoun ts.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
The Milwaukee"
frhe Pion'-r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
in   thr   service  on   any
'    ���    i  the  world  that  equal  in
1  nf the Chicago, Mil-
-    Paul   K lilway.      I I ej
rate their own  sl* 1 ping
; .ei all! their trains and
���    iu  an   excellence  of
' '���" '   '    btainable elsewhere,
ROWlE. General Agent.
J Third   ���. ,-er Abler. Portland, Or.
WHEN GOING EAST
*?K THI TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER j
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
P"t I: iins Every Day in the Vear
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
ni K
E TRAIN OF  FAME
.NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD..
��oaies the newest   and best ideas
1 COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE '
���il'.'.1, LVXURY.    It is  lighted  with
ctricity   and   gas;,  the   must
tr ''',,,:'
��"rnnt,y  illuminated   train   in   the
|j,rjv.''     ''"'  equipment  consists  of
|if,      .'"'"iMirtmciit   cars,  standard
E   'ction sleepers, luxurious dining
Plod 8 r,lair c:irs  (se8t!l froH'1
lC'r" (1:,y  Miches   and   buffet,   li-
' v :'��il smoking ears.
If'jrrT.    "u' Tal>le8. Folders, or any
''r '"formation call on or writ*
F- W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7i0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
We Will
Furnish
You a Free
< 1
!
Where Snow Falls.
If vim are not a lover ot' snow, g 1 to
Malta, which is the nearest spot when'
you are certain of complete immunity.
If you are fund of it, the suburbs of St.
Petersburg will furnish all you need to
ask, for there you may be sure of it ,
for IT" elays in the year. The happy
medium is supplied by Copenhagen,
with thirty days, while Palermo, Rome
and Venice, with one, two and five days
respectively, may be recommended to
the ise who merely care for snow as a
casual    aied    fleetin
Chronicle.
;uest.���London
His Suggestion.
"That young won^in is not intelli
gent, amiable ur even decently eourte
ous."
"Oh, but ber father is worth a million
dollars."
"Then I think she should be required
to display a notice to that effect."���
Louisville Courier-Journal.
.* Good Wife.
"Thank you, doctor, for prescribing
a trip to the .Spa for me. Now. will you
please ask my husband to give up
smoking and drinking beer, and then
my trip will be easily paid for?"���Meg-
gensdorfer Blatter.
Estimate for Window Shades,
. Floor Linoleums, Oilcloths,
Carpets, or any requisite for
complete housefurnishing. We
have the stock, experience and
workmen to do it, ancl challenge the trade of British Columbia as to prices and quality.
Give us a chance and you'll be
the gainer for three good
reasons:
First
Because we have the selections
at the lowest possible prices
for Al qualities.
Second
Because our work is done by
high-class mechanics and no
slipshod work goes for us.
C.'or of ths RiMt.'e's Gov/r.,
It is interesting to n* to tliat the
choice of white for wed . tig dresses
is comparatively a m ��� lern fashion.
Thc Roman briiles wore yellow, and
in the most eastern countries pink
is the bridal color. During the middle ages the renaissance brides wore
crimson, and most of our Plantage-
net and Tinier queens were married
in this livid hue, which is still popular in parts of Brittany, where the
bride is usually dressed in crimson
brocade, lt \vn> Mary Stuart who
lirvt changed the color of bridal gar
ments. At her marriage with Francis II. of France in 1553���whicl,
tei!���: place not before the altar, but
1 e [ore the great di ors of Notre
Dame���she was gowned in white
brocade, with 11 train of pale blue
Persian vi Ivet six yards in !i ngth.
This innovation caused lito a sti
in the fashion ible world al that
: 1 ... 11 was not, ho ever, till quite
t1 " * nd nf :'.'��� so* ei I mth 1 ntury
tliat pure .vhite, the i!or Iii herto
worn by n yal Fren - widow -. be
*aii e popular for brid ! garm nt
in England.    1 'hurch I. le tic.
��
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1
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I
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1 l
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1 1
It
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hird
Because we stand back of all
our contracts and make good
if you are not satisfied.
���JUST TRY US.
j
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IV
lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73,    Dupon. Block,    New Westminster
11
��_
Timon
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
Not Too G?od Fcr the G.riera!.
it is related of General Sterlin -
Price that he once stopped al h
.humble cabin in Missouri and asked
for supper. The good wife of thi
house was thrown into a flutter of
excitement ever entertaining hi 1
distinguished guest and profuse
with apologies for the not very
tempting menu, consisting of corn
dodgers, boiled collards and wheat
coffee sweetened with sorghum. The
hungry officer ate heartily of the
coarse food, but not relishing the
over  BWeet .cot.ee   passed   his   e ip,
saying:
"Not quite so much mola ises,
please."
"The idee!" gasped the loyal
hostess. "Catch me sltimpin' your
.vre6tenin'I" as she tilted the molasses jug upward while amber rope
1 !'   'sweelcnin'   OVCrll IWI  1   Clip   .'I'ld
saucer and threatened disaster to
tho spotless'home pun 1 lo '..
"Why (enthusiu lically), thai coffee would be none too good f if General Price if 'in .-ii in ''11 '3.'~
Memphis News-i. cimitf .
-1
_
IM
r
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gainint; in favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
The Schaake Machine Works^.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C. r '4
*-v-*fl*>"*,,��"'T3w5
-M '
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY    MAy ,.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
Ishins Company Limited, at their
alii, s, corner of Sixth and front
streets. New Wesl minster, B, C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
ought to cost more���it's puref, finer,
more carefully prepared. But it's
no dearer than other b._;i_3 of
standard quality. 154
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The
IN   INDIA.
following  as   to  the  situation
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 101
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o|in India, is from the ["orpnto Globe,
the inch. Five cents per line tfor which, by the way, thinks ilia; In.lia
subsequent insertions , ,       (  ���,..,,.,,  ready  fl���.  seit-.sov.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20!
cents  per  line, brevier or nonpareil, |ernment:
10 cents per line. "Mr.  Saint   \.  Sins, a journalist ofl
For   time   contracts,   special   posl- j Rawalpindi,   in   the   Punjab,   who  bis
tions. applv to advertising manager. , .. .
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or!sl,ent ,he Sreater "art of ��* >ear ln
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for  sales,   lost'Canada and  the United States Study-
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent  ing their political systems, has,given
per  word      No  advertisement taken  the f,]oli(, ,)is  imi)ressinns as  [0 the
for less than 2a cents. ,. . ���    ,��� .      ....
 ,^wv���w-~w-~w.  present  condition of affairs In  India
TELEPHONES. I Mr. ��'n�� 's   :l  man of culture,  whose
Day Office   A22 lectures   lasl   winter  before     various
Night  Office    B22  Canadian clubs gave evidence of great
 ������������- -������ - i breadth   of   view.     The   statement   lie
<ujlO_NJj.;lSBtl .
MONDAY. MAY 20,  1907.
makes may be regarded as in some
sense an official expression of the;
motive of the present agitation, for
Mr. Sing knows mosl ol' tbe native
leaders in the Punjab. In effect, he
says:���We elo not want lo leave the
British Empire, but we aredetermin- j
ed to break the china and the window   glass   if  necessary to  direct  at-
THE   CONFERENCE.
Some  of the  leading articles  which
adorn   the   columns  of   our   contemporaries   these   elays   arc,   to   borrow  tention in tbe fact that we want self-
an expression from the vocabulary of government  and  the adoption    of    a
festive   youth,  -more   fun   than  a   box   >,f,Iir-v  (,f  ln,]ia   for the  Indians.    The
,.      , ,        ..     ,         ,.               ,      , people of Camilla.  Australia and oth-
ol   monkeys.      A   conference  ol   color   countries   and   dependencies     got
onial   statesmen   has   been   held     in self-government withoul sertfus ftght-
London. attended   by  leading  men   in lng.    Why should nol  we?"
political  life  from  till over the empire. ���
Besides   their   formal     debates     and Fitters   Out.
whal  may be expected to result from Regina,  May 19.���A number of fit-
these, they have been in intimate relations not only with each other bul
iers employed in  the (.'. P. H. shop
have  lefi   work on account, ii   is  be
lleved, of the failure of the company
in meet the men'^request fora raise
have been "shaken tog* ther;" they jn wages. The movement coinci les
have become acquainted with each oth- with a similar situation existing al
er, have learned each something of the 'he preseni time among the company's
others'   poinl   of   View.     Among  such   fitters  at   Moose  .law.
men. the meeting must have resulted " ���
in a better understanding all round". F"r -c":m' time liasl :' considerable
No man of them can fail to have at- number of counterfeit coins, mostly
tained a wider knowledge' of affairs tvo^ i! and fiftj cent pieces, have
than ic had bei'on���a better under- heen circulating In Vancouver and
standing of conditions as they exist; during the last couple of days, a iVw
and as some has said, it is conditions have found their way over here. Sev-
we have to deal with as a rule In eral (l1 ""' merchants around town
these days, not theories, it is be- having been imposed on by the spur-
yonel doubt that the colonies have suf-   ious coin !"1 Saturday.
fered in  past  flays  because    of   the "
ignorance of British statesmen as to a. BRIDGE CURIOSITY.
colonial  conditions;   and   it     is    also ���	
true, though In lesser degree, that the   ��'1'1   *��'����'��'"���*'   '*���   Mexico   n���ut   of
colonies have suffered because of the
Ignorance of colonial statesmen as to
British conditions.    Surely it  may be
Houses on Easy Terms
$1000
5 room Cottage;    good location;    block from car.
$1250
5 room Cottage;    Iot in garden;    modern conveniences.
$1500
(> room Cottage (new)    em car line;    all conveniences,
$1500
6 room Cottage;    2 lots in fruil trees;    good location.
$2150
9 rooms; lot 50x150, in garden;  modern conveniences.
$2800
7 room House;   ali conveniences; close in;    lot 66x132,
$2600
(i room House  (central);  corner  lot;  lane In rear;   (66x132).
$2100
(i room House:    modern conveniences;   on 8th St.
$1450
C room  House;    close to bridge;    corner lot.
$1600
tl room Cottage;    corner lot 82x132;   lane in rea .
$2000
6 room House;    modern;    lot 64x160;    all In fruit.
$3150
S room House, on Col imbla St.;    all convenlen es.
6 re...'*.';.'.co,'..'-, m lovely   grounds, on Presc tl
VasM.   Price 	
12 :   \,< house, v.i h fine orchard, 2 lots on  ....! St.,
S room b itiso on 6th St., below 5th Ave.,  1-2 cash,
il room house, semi modern, corner fith Ave., 1Mb  si
1-2  cash.    Price   	
House and 2 bus on  10th  Ave., for	
New house and two lots on 12th St., 1-2 cash   	
7 room h ui se on Agnes St., i -2 cash.   Price 	
7 room modern liouse'. with 2 lots, mi   Ith   Ave.,   oar  line
Prii '   	
12  room  modern  house on  Columbia St., $1700 casb.    p
7 room  house and large' 9tabl4,  1th   Ave, Ith. St., J20O0
1, 2 and 3 years ;it  r. per cent.   Price 	
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HALE & LANE, Real Estate A^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 p   ,-,   ,.
1 ��� O. Hox 26g
."> room Cotts
9  room new House;
$3150
be ml Iful laid out grounds an I  he Iges
$3000
rounds 132x132.
$1650
." room House on car line:    lot  66x150.
$2850
12 room House, near 6th St. and Queen's Ave.      v
$2750
10 room House;    all conveniences;   close In.
FIRE    INSURANCE
If your  house,  furniture or other propertj   Is aoi  Insured, give
us a call.   We represent the following leading insuranc i companies:
HARTFORD  CO..   (Incorporated        1810
CONNECTICUT  CO.,   (Incorporated)       1350
INS. CO.  OF  N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       1794
PHENIX    OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)      1353
These old reliable companies have :> >: i   lolla    f      lolla    In everj
great fire since their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,
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The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture, is to be  eei      FALES
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still -
New goods arriving eiaily.    Latest styles and best fini i .
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM ���
V   71G and 713 Columbia St.      Four Floors.       Rear Extension, Front St ?���
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Estal lished IS
I'..'.mm   rate   .
I Gilley Bros.
New Westminster. B. C.
Phorre 85.
Soii.l   Mnliogruny.
As mahogany Is among the most cost al provision by the general governr
ly woods iu the world, it may well ii" ment of like effect. Mention was
In/erred that this tropical material ia made of the custom prevailing in
assured as a certain result of the not very extensively employed In the j France of requiring a tree to be
conference thai the old ignorance will, construction of buildings, etc. A bridp? planted for overv u-ee cut down,
to an appreciable extent, be disslpat- constructed'of solid mahogany i-e cer
01J talnly n  rarity, a curiosity.   There is
one. claimed to be the only one In the
Inen we have certain things prom-   workl<   bul���   ���,-   ,,,.���   materiul.    'i.e.--.
ised  as what   may be called  a  direct   structure is located in thc department
and   tangible  result.     There    Is    the   of Palenq&e, state of Chiapas, republic
"all-red" fasl   mail for example. Thai   <lf Mexico.  This district lies In the .x
small   matter.    We  shall    also   trome   south western   par;   .ef   Mexico.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
CHOCOLATES i
near the boundary
if Guatemala.
This mahogany bridge is constructed ;
entirely of ih.it valuable wood except
s .me jrieii  supports,  braces and  nails
that are necessary.   Tho bridge spatts
is  no
probal ly gel rid of i he practice of
taking purely colonial law suits io
"the fool of the throne." Thai will
certainly b.v a move in the rigid direction although the gentlemen of the tbe Uio MMiol. and Its total length, in-
long robe maj not approve of it. ' eluding approaches, exceeds pi feet,
r .nd yet we are told���and this is
where the laugh comes In- that the
conference has been    a    flat failure.
Trt'iK   rno   YVrone   llrtnme.
On   one   of   the   southern   railro.i
there is a station building that is c
tnrmly bnevi ley travelers as thes::
est railroad station In America, ft
of tics gtntiou that t!n> story N -
rhat an  old   farmer  was  expectln
while the width is Hfteeu f. et. It Is
used Lv both teams and pedestrians,
and, although somewhat rode n-nd
primitive   lu   construction,   it  Is   very
Why'.'    Because we are nol  to June  substantial,
"preferential  trade."    Jusi  .as if any]    None of the tim
sane  man coul 1  have' supposed for a   wel
moment  that   the  liritisli   governmenl
which,  H'tle   more  than   a  year  ago,
s of thc flooring
ia that region there
but  were hewn and
tawed, f
nre no . iwmil
split,
In that section of old Mexico there
fought anel won an election as the .���.,. soverai very large rubber planta-
champion of free trade woul.I. a : a tions. and mali. gany trees arc quite
resull "-;' il"- conference, make ;> common. In clearing away the tropical
imm ce i 'id a lopl thai police    forests for setting oul the young rule
ol   pro lon   which   disfigures    the   bor u'"ri  the  mahogany  growths an
,.. ,.    , , also '".it  down  and  removed.   As   this
fi   ei. lnl .- slems ol I he colonl* s. , . ,      ,
woeed is ouiti' abundant, some of u wa��
v''   snme  of ^eise   amazing    edl- l]S(,, ,u build|ng the bridge
toi fala speak   a.   |f  the   Bril I ill   ������ h ��� Inventor,
ernment   h          ��� \ n   n  sptril   of  antagonism  to thi   colonies   In  refusing     The skull of Alexander Pope, the | t
to adopt   protection,   nay,   as   If   thai and satirist, Is In the private collection
gi .     i nenl   had  conspired   with  cer- of n phrenologist.    During some alter-
tain et the colonial  premiers to sac- ntlons  iu tbe churchyard where rope'
riflce British  and   Imperial  Interests! ,V!IS burled it was necessary to move
This surely is the very acme of folly!   " '  ""'���"    l: '''    "   '   :'   ':''
li  is true that  main  of the articles
Insisl   that   this  "preferential    trade'
chicken house to arrive there, and ;
���ent one cr his hands, a newcomer, i
.etch it.   Arr   lng there, tle> man -���
the lions", loaded  it on to his ���w---
and started for home.   On Hie rr
met a man In uniform with the w -'
''Station Agent" on his cap.
"Say.   h lid  e.n.     What   hav.- yon  v
on that wagon?" he nsked.
"My eblcketi  house, of course,"  w--
thc reply.
"('hieie i hoi    ��� bo jiggered!"  1
od tho .-:���:..!.   "That's th* station!"
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CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
v.A.NTED  ���   Experienced     Groci  ,
Clerk  ai   once.    A Idress P.  O.   I! >\
M" :.
FOR  SALE    A Cyphus 100 egg  Incu-
i   .'   au i   :.: hi:.".    Applj     Dally
American i     ���'���'"���'���'* Office. 7dlll
	
r-0UND ��� fin i lie -m an : bi in I, Qi n'i
park,  Maj   day, a  chll I'h  Imll itln
Me mi- : kin . oal. Sn n*  can be I ad il
this  office on  iu'o. ing   i : oporty ami
[i i, Ing for advertisement,
A Big New Stock
right from the factories.
Webb's and Lowney's,
from 5c up.
If you have a lady
friend, we are sure she
will appreciate a box of
these
Fresh   Chocolates.
WELLINGTON  LUM? COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE
MENT.
Tl      eel I rated   (lement   is
m ���������'!;. i.    ���, all large ce ntracl -
ors in tii" Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRC
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
NEW   ERUNSWICK   PLASTER   ���
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FIRE  BRICK.
* Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 J
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Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
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English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
"-   Mi
ontAe
ilme t'i ascertain the statu nf his ro
mains. By bribing the sexto!) of the
.Lurch possession o( the po.t's skiill
would noi ni....ii protection; thai no ivas obtulned for tbe night, and lu the
I'xh-.i burden would he Imposed u on morning a different sl;nll was returned
consumers in the Old Country; but Instead. The cos. of the.skull, Includ-
thal contention is. of course, the mer- ln8 '1|1' '"'ilM'' Wlls i:,u-
*st rubbish,    Protection means an in- *-���   .    ^7~
Forests  DiEappearmg.
crease in ihe price ����� f tli*' "protected"       mi     v  . ���      in     i        i i       i
1 I lie /National  Hardwood Lumber
commodity  and  ii  cannol   mi-iui  an
thine  eh
WANTED    3y an old established Insurance company an agon!  In  New
u c I uinster,    Splen lid  contract  to .
rl_.liI  mi.ui.   Apply Room -'I McKln- i
hou Block, Vancouver.    Home Life
Association, tull Hi
Ladles' Go] 1 Watches  Fr       $12.75 up,
Gentlemen's   Silver   Wat* lies,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silvi r  \\ al In   .  double
e, $7.50 up.
Agenl for the c* le irate I S i ith Bend
W'.'iii'lics. supplle 1 to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
,  Watch   repairing;    charges   reason-
ible.
Ili'icin,   by   ill*'   way.   Is
TIMBER
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large
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see me.
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ancouver,
B.C.
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ie .National na
association at its recent meeting in
a Memphis adopted a report that fire-
on.' of the mosi ridiculous features of S(,m,,,i ()���. ,],,.,. possibilities of tke
the whole matter. The very papers destruction of the forests in the j
which are loudest In their lamenta- short period of thirty-five years. It: por SALE���A small island containing
lions aboul the failure of "preferential was estimated that there now stood' about 15 acres, close to New West-
trade" are those which are api to de- in the United States in the neit,'li- minster city. Can be used for a mill
claro from time to time that Canada borhood of l,475,000,000',000 feet site. For particulars apply to
lacks patriotism���is disloyal to th. of lumber, but that 45,000,000,000 Qunderson & Anne's grocery.
Empire- because she does nol make a feet of lumber was being cut every | '
substantial contribution to the   main- year. The report recommended that to rent or lease House   with
tenance of Hi*'  navy, but   leaves the something must be done, and done
whole burden to be borne by the Brit- at-   once.     Recommendations   were
ish  tax-payer;   and   then   they turn made by the report for the prohibi-
rotmd   ami   hold   up   their   hands    In tion ��*  loS exports and exemption
iio'.-re,,  because the rmperlal govern- from taxes of tree plantations.   At-1
menl will nol burden that sa.,,.. Brit- ',,"��i��n *��� called to the desiiabili-
!f.   tax-payer by the  adoption  of  a ty of state U;";1,' en��ctmenta along
tho last line and some constitution-     ,,   ,,,���,,.,.���   v������. .x-���a.,���,���.,,���.
I -  "f protection!
parlor, dlnlngroom, kitchen, two
pantries, second flat partly finished;
good well, small orchard; chicken
house; fuel obtainable free on nearby property; on Seventh avenue,
Wesl End, l i-L' blocks rrom the
Eburne car lin*'. Apply to Mrs, l).
n. Bourke, New Westminster
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE    I
LIMITED i
336 Hastings St. \V., Vancouver.   |
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman l
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En- J
glneering.
Seven  Teachers
forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPR.n, B. A., Principal
can
FUN at
Iways be assured when yoi
buy your
EDISON,  GRAPHOPHONE
or  VICTOR RECORDS, at
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY   NEWS.
New Westmin*
Music House
4er THE i^^^^
ASH STORE
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PAY LITTLE"
MEANS   TOO   OFTEN
GET LITTLE."
Be On Your Guard!
���Pay little" Is the bait that    draws   hundreds of    people    Into
.    , S| ,res.  They do not realize until too    late   that    they    also
r iin'" "
We do nol  hold oul  the ball    of    "pa;   llttl     get  much,"    bu'
lo saj that  paying little tor goods In  I il     ��� ire   erings a large
m0re satisfactory return than ln mosl stores.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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CITY NEWS
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Phone l;;s for sweel cream, ice
ream him! buttermilk.
The Flyer arrived in port Saturday
Ith ,e large scow Iua led with crushed
ick  for (iieley  P.ros.
.Mr. McLeod and .1. Burr, who have
been away on a pleasure jaunt to
Boundary bay, are expected back this
morning.
!���'. Hughes let';  yesterday afternoon
*eii board the Princess May for Alaska,
where he  will  remain  until  October,
working on one <)���' the Alaska,
ilmy .survey  parties.
Phone 13S  for    swee
cream and buttermilk.
cream,
ice
noun-
WM
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��� mmkk'   inks, 'M
wffi      .   i$>S 3
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at -" f�� :   -1
al    INew
Imported
and
Domestic
Draperies
The Celestial Empire tied up at t'ae
Columbia Cold Storage wharf Bainr-
elay with a large consignment of halibut. The vessel will remain in port
for a few days to have the machinery
Mrs. McLaughlin, who Ins been .in overhauled anad cleaned.
Inmate of the Royal Columbian hospital for son,., time owing to an opera- The orders issued concerning
tion, left for her home yesterday, arrears on water und light accounts
Latesl reports state thai the- lad} is have h:ili i:l most cases the desired
in  a  fair  way to recovery effect, ami  as a result the coffers of
the  city   treasury    are    considerably
For cul   flowers, carnattons and fu-i richer   since  the   order   went
neral resigns  telephone T.  fjavles &   Sonic of  the  rate-payers  who
Son, ' er's'-M ']>!. _t20S. disregdared  the   request   to  pay
have  Buffered   the   Inconvenience
having the water supply cut off, but
these cases are few and far between.
.1 oul    i   hifli Ire 1   and  fifty  Mys ic
Shriners arc expeel id to be In the citv
today at  1  p. m.   A coa tnltl te       tl
civic    fficial    and  local S  rin  ; - have
m appointe l to   ntet tali . isit-
an 1   an  enjoj able i   has ] Frase
forth.
have
up
of
���en   prepared,  included  in  which  is
..  ���' am  ri M-  aro ind the city
Alfre i   Seav   Id,   the     I ��� i '      fr >m
Gi rman     vessel    Sch irws mbek,
�� ho w is later foun I dead in     sh ick.
on   Lulu   islan I,
ila;.  afternoon   :
del-taking     parlors,
drigh, aftei   he tring
e ase,   dei Ided   I   it
necessary.
lnl ���; Satur-
1). Murchie's un-
Capl tin Pitten-
the facts ol the
:: .  inquest    was
The German sailing vessel Schwar-
zenbeck l_ still a.i ling variety to the
r river scehery, and is likely To
Vlusllns in     cream���    i nine al igh   eci u
the shade as well    in       d ���.-���:.   i fferenl   ; atti . ���:.-���  an i
:��� nf qualities; Hin.: le     .. .,   do i de  fold and   thr I ;;
withoul '.ring*', some friuf   I   m one side: others fringed on
-i Ie I,  per J ard      20c. 25c, 4:c. 50c, Coc.
!    lin In  pale blue an i  white,   with   fringe    on  one    side
.    a   Ith     45c
ti In vi ' io-,-.  an 1 v. hi te and _re      ind white, fringed an 1   B
iged     50c and 65c
M islin   in  artist Ic   des Igns i ich colors        g   en
solid green, ��� n ai i wl   . pale ''1 ie satin stripe and flow-
in with green; the hesl    assortment    eve      shown    here,
ird   75c to $1.00
'.I    I      wil h dot - -     ,    vai lous designs, suitable
: sash curtains ' ath and   ���   I       mi   -     tains   an I   every
:.��� ������  :.;. h han  I ing,    ecause I hey'll    stand    lots    of
'    Per 5 ard      15c. 20c. 25c. 30c. to 50c
S   itted   Muslins  withou   frills;    about    fifteen    patterns    to
..-���   from, at per yard  10c, 12 1-2c. 15c. 20c. 25c. to 40c
>���(!    .rl   MusHns,   13 iu ��� Imosl all coloi s;
oods, clearina   it,   cr yard   7 1 -2c
ire Curtains, 2 1-2 to 3 1 -2 <   i Is  long,   1 10 Inches  tt   I
  75c,  .1.00, $1.25, $1.50,   $200.   $3.CO   to    $10.00
remain in the same place for some
: In e, as the captain finds it almost
impossible to secure a crew of men
willing to abandon the high wages
to e made on shore for the joys and
liscomforts of a life on the rolling
ocean. An attempt is to be made to
secure a  crew in  Victoria this week.
John Baldwin, the Englishman who
with a knife attempted to Investigate
Officer Johnston's internal economy
on Friday, was sentenced on Saturday morning to six months' imprisonment, 'on two charges, the first for
assaulting an officer, and the other
for indecent exposure. Mike Baldwin
i the man who pluckily came to Officer
Johnston's assistance, was the principal witness, and corroborated the officer's testimony.
The creamery delivers sweet cream,
ice cream and buttermilk.
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your low shoes.
Ail the newT stripes,
checks, patterned and
ventilated effects.
and
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PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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The Xew Westminster delegates
who are attending the Methodist con-
fi rence at Vernon are taking an active
part in the discussions at that gathering. 'I'll*' R -v. Dr. Sipprell preached
_ powerful set - on fn m t! pul; it of
one oi' tii*' Vernon churches last
night, while tomorrow lioth he and D.
s Curtis will deliver educational addresses   ' efore   the  assembly.
The cr ip of strawl erries in this
neighborho id is re] ort* I to 1 e ex-
exceptionally   promising   this   season,
and a bumper crop is expected. Move Douglas, was last week sentenced by
farmers have gone in for the culture Judge Irving of Victoria to seventeen
of this lusci us  -   ill   this   year  than years   in   the   penitentiary,   and   will
has    een   the   ' is*    for   a   long   lime I arrive   here   today  to  begin  his  long
m   m   and   In   consequence,   II   is   ix- term   of   imprisonment.      It   appears
eel   :   thai   the   price   will   b    lower that   the   man  Douglas  had   been  in
than  usual.    Large quantities  are to the habit  of   bullying   Williams,   and
bi  shi Meel east this summer, arrange- on the night In which the killing took
ments having been made with a num- place  followed him to his own home
her of eastern  firms for the handling a:i,l upstairs, when Williams suddenly
'   this  class    if  prod seized his gun and shot Douglas dead.
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JA SPLENDID BUY!
9-room House on Agnes St. with all modern
improvements, and connected with city
sewer. For sale exclusively by us on very
easy terms.   A splendid buy at $4,500.
Call and see our list nf City Lots and Houses. We have some good ones
George  Williams,    of
island,   who   shot   and
Salt
killed
Spring
Alfred
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ALLISON y PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 |
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267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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Royal Avenue...
Seven-Roomed House, with
all modern improvements,
and well situated, with lane
in rear.    For a few days at
$2,200
on terms.
Cut  flowers and Pot  Plants.     Ring
up Tidy, the florist.   'Phone A i S t.
A general  meeting  i E the  citizen's
it this cit;   ��:". be hel: in the board
of trade ro iras We lu* s I ij evening for
iri ose  of  discussing   h ���  possi-
lilitles   of   N'ew   Westminster   as   a
national    port.      The    matt ���"      was
: mmi hed   il  I he bo trd i :' tra 1 ��� meet-
sho : ' . e a 3 -. ..:.; ci i -i lei able
ntei  m  is ; .m.m : ei.- a in the project
the merchants  an I  business  men
he city, and  some goo i  speeches
will    ...     ��� .���:    the   subj e:.    All
���    Int* rested in the i itj's welfare
I vane*? n ent are requested to nt-
A meeting of all Interested In the
holding of a citizen's picnic this slimmer is ni be held In the hoard of
trade room tomorrow evening. The
proposition to hold the picnic this
year to Sydney is meeting with considerable approval, and it is quite
likely iii-.it this place may be decided
upon. Sydney has many natural advantages, and would make an ideal
spol for a picnic. The success which
attended lasi year's jaunt is certain
to be dpulicated this summer, more
especially if the arrangements are left
in the hands of the same men who
directed  the last excursion.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH*
������  The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER    45,000,000
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We welcome small ace. unts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Kank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO,
A coi      ��� ; :    . ���'        .....
-;.. to   View      the
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the Kil larnock cup_, in Vancouver on
S I urda; . The Vam ouver te im w:is
.. . mate 1   for th    Maple L being
' ,   m   outclassed      Igi      fn  .     the
start,  nnd   a   sllj h    drizzle    of     rain
_���] .       falling   made  the groun I
: revente.    .���       good
.' ��� igi   m   Sevet il men on both t* tms
... pi nallze l. ' eing In the mosl
��� . ni ��� ��� tli" side for five mln-
Tli* sco ������' al the finish stood
��� iee.mi in four in favor of the Maple
i . afs, The New Westn Inster team
will plaj off with the Leafs f ir the
mug on Frl lay  In  Victoria.
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rain   whir':    :'   '   01
This evening iwo junior baseball
teams will play tiie la.Is of the penitentiary  row, crossing bats with the
i Sapperton juniors, and a hoi game' is
���/..:: Ised.    The :*'.n::-e   will   meel  on
i the Sapperton park grounds, and a
I�� mn< h of sup] orters from each
side ��iii be em IkumI to rooi for their
teams, The teams will line up as
follows: Penitentiary- Catcher, K.
Mackenzie; pitch* r, VV. Patchell;
flrsl base, W. Harvey; Second base,
C. Dayle; third base, !.. Carroll; short
slop, Wilson Patchell; rifht fieldfl A,
Berrj; center ii. 11, J. Carroll; l. fl
fh Id, .1. Doj mm Sapperton���Catcher,
George Atkinson; pitcher, W. Coutts;
first base, ll. Wamsley; second base,
Guy Atkinson: third base. A. John-
son; shorl Btop, N. Coulson; right
g ��� i-e,,   field, A. Russell; center field, r. Go-
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syeonudr1n BOYS AND  GIRLS
and have their eyes examined
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-      ALL WORK GUARANTEED
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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We have
New  Westminster
All the leading brands of
Teas and Coffees
You can get ymir favorite
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JEANS
afti rn ion s] olle I the I es of the
1 rh k li rs who ha i asseml led at
i V een's park to se 'ths match between the local team and the Victoria
��� ' tyers, Tln> Victoria team won the
: as nnd went In to bat first. Be-
f i e they rei Ire I. they had ran up
a score of S I. an I li id displayed fine
form in their baiting. A feature ot
lh* visiting team's work was the
batting of Barnacle, the secretary of
the club, who ran up .'s runs before
ho w is ' e-.i" I. Meredith made the
nexl largesl ser" before his wicket
������ as tal en. Briggs was responsible
for 13 of th" Victoria i am's total.
I 'or iiu' local team, Pei r's howling
was very successful, he obtaining
seven tickets at a very low cost. The
local ' ��� !��� ���   ������'��� i >"���'  bat, owing to the
hi ���:���:���:    lott tl   OUT  Of ral*:.
landers:   left   flel 1,   J.    House.   The
umpire has nol yel  ' een selected,
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Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
EFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
JUST   CM   THE   MARKET.
JUST   CiN   THE   MARKET
Vancouver manufacturer needs
I men to repres ml the verj Iim st
novelty. Agents coining money, ii ���:
wise, star; working for yourself.
Everybody buys on sight. Profits ova*'
one hundre i per een!. Don'l wast*
time asvng foolish questions, nut
semi one dollar f >r :i::es- samples iu
America.
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Call and see us.
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The Piioenix Company,   T.  J.  TRAPP  8i  CO.
S ace l. i'i" l   oi.:"    3t., V mcouv n I
Limited THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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STEAMBOAT DRAMA.
Floating   Palace*  Tha,*!   Furnish  __a-
li'rliilnneenl l-'or River Towns.
Anybody who lives In a town on the
banks Of the Mississippi river and
hears a calliope play at 6 o'clock iu
the in .ri'M.M knows that it Is not a cit-
cus that is coming to town. It is the
floating palace, which is the name given to a unique form of theatrical transportation entertainment thai is used
only een the river and Its tributaries,
the Ohio and tbe Missouri.
There are' at the' present time more
than a dozen limiting palaces. Bach
of ilie'in e'an-ii's a we'll equipped stage,
a company of from sixteen tei thirty-
five actors and actresses, and lias seat-
In. capacity tier from 200 to 700 persons. Each of the boats lias a steam
piano "iiii which the people from the
countryside are called to the landings,
where the shows nre given on the
boats, and most eef the boats carry
pretty fair bands.
Nowhere else in this country or
abroad is the drama carried up and
down rivers on steamboats. Marring
the railroad, the favorite means of
transportation in England and In continental Europe is the. wagon. There
ar.' many wagon shows in this country, but they would find It difficult to
reach all the towns that are easily
reached by the Boating palaces. Many
of the towns that get all their dramatic
sustenance from these floating playhouses have no railroad connections
whatever. If It were not for the
shows thai float down or up to them
by boat they would have, to go without
theatrical fare'.
Mark Twain, who knows the big river about as well as anybody, used to
be well acquainted with the old time
managers of a few of the Moating palaces. He introduces e.n.. eef them into
"Huckleberry Finn." But times change,
and men change with them, and the
floating palace of today is much more
elaborate and much liner than were the
floating palaces of tiie' older time.
They play tei thousands of persons
each season, and they give pretty good
shows. Their managers, who live lu
Cincinnati and St. Louis, make good
profits on the investment. ��� Chicago
Tribune.
SUBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some of the finest residential sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st St., held at
$1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 521x85, $450;
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
WHITESIDE  ���
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Columb.a   stre
W.J. Whites! -     :
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$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street: one on Fourth avenue; one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm. 10 cha;ns waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate. No. 156. Fifty
acres, ali under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500: $3,500 cash, balance
In 6. 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
LOVE CHARMS.
Some of the Queer Superstition* Thnt
Live in Sicily.
The love charms of Sieily are many
and curious. One. very popular aud
considered very powerful, is to put
into au eggshell a few drops of the
blood of the longing lover. The shell
Is exposed to the sun for three days
and to the dew for three nights. It Is
then placed on hot ashes until calcined,
When the whole is reduced to a tine
powder and administered secretly in
a cup of coffee or a glass ol' wine to
the object of affection.
Another charm is for the witch to
undress at midnight and tie her clothes
up in a bundle which she places on
her head. Then, kneeling In the peu-
ter of her raoiu, she pronounces an Incantation, at the end of which she
shakes her head. If the bundle falls
in front of her. it is a good sign; should
it fall behind her, the charm will not
avail. �����
Vet another i.s worked in the following manner: Pieces of green, red and
white ribbon are purchased in three
different shops, the name of the persons to be charmed being repeated
mentally each time. The shopkeeper
must be paid with the left hand, the
ribbon being received in the right.
When all the pieces are bought they
are taken to a witch, who sets out to
find the pers in to be charme !. On
finding blm or Lie; the witch mutters
te. herself, "With thes*,' ribbons I bind
you to such a one." Then she returns
the ribbons to the purchaser, who ties
:: m beneath bis or her left knee
and wears them at church.���Macmil-
lcn's.
Wonderful  Forethought.
The iiai.it of companies which insure againsi accidents to compel
their patron- to resort to the courts
to recover in case of injury wns the
'" - isi m i f this singular thoughtfulness, told" iM- the presi lent of a
large accident company: "Some
time ago," he said, "a largo policy
holder in my company was run over
by a troller ear and his righl leg
painfully crushed. He remained
conscious after tho shock for three
minutes, during which time he pull-
eel out his watch and called the attention of the crowd to the, fact
that it was just fifteen minute.- o_
]?. llis policy expired at noon, and
his foresight was rewarded by Uie
immediate payment of his weekly
indemnity without controversy or
litigation."
!.. ts .1 and -.'. Sub. of I_.11-= S and 11
in Block 13; corner of Durham and 2nd
St. ;  full siz.'.l lots
2-storey House, 7 r ns, bath room upstairs; flush closet; k.k'iI stable; on Agnes
.-'��� ��� ir Sth St.; all modern Improvements.
Price $3,000, half cash, balance easy; a
riMilly excellent bargain.
Bub. 21 of Lot 1., Block XIII, .-Room
House; hot eeml cold water; flush closet;
lot of fruit trees; chicken house and
barn. Pric* $S00; terms $400 cash, balance _' .ml .i months eet 7 percent. Hamilton si . lirst in.us.' off Gth .St. between
71h eeml Sth Avenues.
2-storey House, 7 morns, with all modern Improvements; size of ground lOOx
1-2; second lot from 6th St. on .tli Ave,
..ie -���..inli siel", 100 feet e>n avenue. 142.
Lime on both sides. Price $3,200; $1,000
cash, balance e.n time at 7 per cent.
N.-B. M of Sub. II*. Township 10; sen..
timber. Price $16 per acre; terms $1,000
cash, balani ������ easy.
s.-W. Sub. Township 13; some timber;
railway rw.i* alongside; e.i.i .-acre orchard. Pric* $16 per acre; terms $1,000
ceisi'. balance in three <-.|ii;_l payments.
2 lots Block 4, 'Richmond St., Sapperton.    $45 per lot.
1 acre clay, liouse on tram line near
Joyce station; partly cleared; fenced
across front facing tram line. $1000.
.."hn cash. : alance arranged.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th ancl Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
mi aces Murphy Landing, -I miles
above .Mission Junction. Jusi at the
landing of Murphy Landing, about the
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under
cultivation; 4-room house, barn and
stable; about one acre orchard, bearing fruit trees. Price $1,350, on easy
terms (or $1,250 cash). $22 per acre,
''_���  'ash, balance ti anel  1_  nionths.
In acres section 32, N.-E. corner of
N.-yv. ],, uncleared. Timber fir, cedar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
5 lots corner of street between Sth
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre:  partly cleai
5500.  half cash.      A  splen Ild    oppor-
 iy for in.��� stment.
6 rooms, 2-storey house, bath room,
.-���      tnd  light: full sized lot, 66x100
Eee . sil ii te ; 6th Sm between 4th and
���"ill Ave. on west side. Price $2,300,
',_ cash, balance In ii months at 7 '..
21 acres in Sunbury; . chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; 8-roomed
house*, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Lot facing 2nd .sm. between Queen's
and :''���' I Kve., second i I from Queen's
Ave: "2x122 feet; all cleai lane
alongside nnd I a k. Price $1,000;
hall . ash, I lanci eas; al T
Mere exclusive properties just listed
with us for saie.
!.. :  '.. opposite    Kn* x ch i i h, Sap-
' p* rton, east  .-iii" C luml a  Si reel  ��� m
car line.   $300 cash.
: lots south side ol Slxl h A mmm: i;
vmm- light olearii g; 60xll5H ���;��� et on
Sub. Bloi k  10.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 1.1. 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance ti months at T'i.
2 liouse.- corner of Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents, for $25, the'
other $10; flush closet3 and all connected with .-' .v rs. :���' ice $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balanci ea 6, '.2 and IS
months at 7 %���
40 acres V2 section ' !. N". '�� of E !j
of Tn. 2. about :! miles from bridge off
ll worth road, Surrey; house I S.\26,
I'o storey house, 3 rooms finished, an-
othi r 2 can be added ���;: stairs; small
ihack: 11�� acre's cle; red an I s* e le I
with i lover, red; fail ��� I .- cle ired.
One mile from shingh mill. ' Price
$:.2C0:. terms half i ash, balance 12
months at 7  '..
1 full sized lol on Sr. Patrick's St.,
north siele. between John McKenzle's
and Glover's house. F.ice $475. half
cash, balance in 6 months at 7 ���;.
Full sized lot Xo. 12 on Royal Ave.
and Sth St. Price $.1C_0. half cash,
balance at 7 '; p�� r annum.
Westerly ���(. ll of 63, Sub, Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square; iwo
houses drawing $28 per month, Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and 12
months.
2 lots on Princess St., No. 11 and
12, i.etween 6th and 7th Ave., two lots
from 6th St. on south side. Price
N'o. 11, $210, hal; cash, balance 6 mos,
at 7 -;: Xo. 12. cleared, $315, half
.���.. m. balance 6 mos, at 7 ';.
Douhle tenement house, 4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Pric $1,700;
cash half and half tn G m< nths at 7-..
Rents for $10 each tenant.
160 S.B. Vt of Section 26, Dist. 12.
10.acres,partly cleared; Kanaka ��� ���
running through; good road; one mile
north of Webstei 's ��� ��� ie i ; shingle
mil! and P.O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; cedar an i Ji: :
i . lies from Porl Han* y. Price
$2,100; ������ rms $1,100 - h, I alance ar-
: anged.
10 acres land Xew Westminster, Loi
5,  S.  Div. 31, Sui :������ ������;     :  mil* -  from
��� ..   Prii ���   $400;    $200 cash, balance I   'ms at  7 '.:    near the Turn-
. ��� r ' annery.
4 room house, bath n om, : antry;
on llth St., between Queen's and 3rd
.'. ���. i nue,
1 acre n;  ier sidi   of i'ii   V* e. an ! 2
lots wi sl of 6th St.; large h   . ������ of S
������������.-:     ��� ':< ctrlc    light    connections;
sha le trees an I  fi uli  - 11    trd.   Price
$4,500;,   $2,500    ash,  balance  in  one
1 lol No. 21 on 13th. street south
side i :' 4th avenue.    Pric..' $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to SO and 95, 95 faces
ot: Sth avi : ��� . next to Gunns ranch,
I lots leare I wltho il a stump; small
bouse, chicken house, 17J choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 6 rooms end flush
closi: on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance al
7 per cent.    Size ot" lot  55x165.
17 lots, full si;:*'. Gth St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory;* soil good. Pric* only $1020,
f 050 * ash, i alance on * asj ten
2 lots on Mh St. betw* en 5th and
Gth Ave. on eas; -1 !������: full slz* d, ,:'' t
132; N'o.--. 9 and 12. Price $1000 fcr
both, half ca sh, balance ��� a
2'm lots on corn* r of 5th   ^ve   . nd
Gth St., s.-w. corner; i :��� an I     Prie ���
$120C; half cash, balance In G i
at 7 . ���. ce at.
y mm .. bel M* *'ii Queen's and 3rd
Ave. . n wesl si le of 10th; No. 5 and
"... . IS; 132x165 fei I: a clei I
and :'��� need. Price $105C: $550 ca h,
balani e In 6 months.
Full size I lot on Royal avenu* . be-
: wi ��� n Fourth and Mi i e; all cleared. $1,200, Mm cash
2 lots, No, 21 and 12, I loi k 9, b< ���
��� een Sixth avenue aud N inafmo Sm.
an l betw* i n 11th an l IGth streets.
Price   $425 for both, cash
Block  7.  I.m  -'..  2 - tibdh isli ns     n
: ':.-  fri mi Sth to Gth St .  Ith an ' 5th
'���������'.:   on*   lot  on tram line.    $8CC  [ r
om :      -: e $1,500 fi r the two.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of Oth St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
0 rooms. Water.
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots   ll and   15 of 1 of G    ol      l
(clean fl.) Price $500; for the tw  ,1-2
an     '��� months al 7 :      c* ul
l. -   . i       Shei     10k str*
. ��� are I. Pile e $275;  i -2 ��� ash,     ..
nee, i t 7 per cent.
Lots 16, 17 an I 20 of 11 ol 3.  Prii
$500 fi ei     r $175 ��� ach;   1-2
balan ���   G .   iths at 7 per   ��� ut.
2S   acre -   . n    Mara   re'. I, Burn
$160 an FOR    A   FEW    DAYS
i INLY. ' >v i tart* : ��� ash, balance I
ami 2 yeai    at 7 '<
2 lots, : : i sized, 132x132, corner of
tbe * '��� ��� .'. Ti oome i house. Pric*'
$10.50C. ' j cash, balance 6. 12 and 18
months.
Block  12 on  12th  SI . easl side;   I
��� ill  BiZe Price  $2,500. one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
One acre in block
9, be-
tween  ISth
and 16th St.
on 8th Ave.
Price
$750,
1-3 cash, bai.
easy.
A   Cheap   Property.
Hi ise 6  rooms,    flush  closet,    1: _���
st* re; s, on Fourth Ave., one 1"' from
Second    St.    on    south    sid* .
$1900;.   hai;' cash,    I alan* e at   7   pei
e ent.   Fi ait trees; Iot 55x165
Hous* m'm 12, ith St., betw en 4tl
and 5th \ .-��� : 2 sing e and l doul ���
��� m ooms npstaii s, and ath ro* "
down stairs; earh .. lining - ��������� mm
chen nd pant ry. Full siz* .1 I* I
ning : ack to Ash St. !' I ��� $3,500;
$1,5 "i . ash, ' alanc* . :'" ��� ��� : ��� ar
;;'  7 per cent.
Six  and  one  hall   acr* -. on    a   e
''   red  r* ady  for  planting;   1  1-2  a
res pi : tly cleared.    House, ii  rooms,
' 1 . I;   storej   and   hal',  sma i  : a n.
... ;. ise;  fruil trees and i
:m   i    nts;   $1,700, half cash;
unci   In.t _r< e mi inl h ��� at 7 pi r o* -
This is i ���.;:' table hoi ling, and n ir
to the ��� Ity, call an i bring this adver-
tl . ...���::��� with ye i for fui ther : rti-
culars,
TO   RENT.
I [ous*  ��� n    Brantford    street, si ith
sidi    ..   .m  Gth  stre*'.       ated   white,
S15.00 i ei   m . ath In ad>  .. ���.
James  Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, I alance easy.
Lar. e ie ��� an l two c* ttagei i n Co-
lumbia street, Sai, erton. Both rented
at $10 each.
i ine and ��� ne-half s-. re; ise and
full - ��� . '. situate I ; i th .-ide of
Ro;. al avenue an o ��� o IcKinnis
Btreet; 9 th room, hot an I
.....       ������   .        et;  vi .: young
.    [ ������' -.   stn    s on three
���   :   fine   vi< sv,     Pi ':���.���������  $i.80C   ���'
< 'a.' full sized lot, 2nd     t from corner, l.tl    street     . .  - enue,
6i   \ I. '  feet.    $250 cash.
Ancient Coffins.
The coffins of the ancient Egyptians -.vere made of marble nn_
stone. 'Die Homans used similar
receptacles for their dead, and Alexander the Great is said to have
heen buried in a coffin of solid gold.
In parts of England glass coffins
Inivc been found. The Athenian
heroes were buried in coffins made
of cedar, owing to its aromatic and
incorruptible   qualities,   while   the
first   record   of   wooden   coffins   in
ll,. '.'id dales back to the days of
King Arthur. This monarch was
supposed to have boon buriod in the
hollowed trunk 6f n gigantic o_.k
tn e. Patent coffins were invented
in 1796, and metallic air tighl i ._���
fins were advertised sl BinninghaTu
in-lSGl.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 jeer acre
Two lots on 18th sireet, be-
tween  7th and 8th avenues.
Corner of Hamilton street,
N'O. 11 and 12. Price $245, Yj
cash, m ilance 6 months.
160 . :i'S in Surrey; S \., of
N '-_��� of -��� ��� 9, mm., tishi . 2. Log
hous ���. 10x2., an I chick* n coops,
small I arn; 60 fruit trees; 12
acn .-��� cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, ij cash, balance' in  12 months at 7'!.
l full size
lot,
block
0,
lot
ll.
St.   P.
.trick's
S
luare
P
���ice
$450.
l lot, 5o._x_66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $21111 cash, balance terms
to suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six-
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x10. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
On* . .: -:,-��� .j lo . 60x1.2; 2 sl . y
hou e; 7 rooms; flush close; upstaii e ;
all modi rn impri vem< nts; new hous* :
%2 000. '_ cash, i j in 6 months at 7
:.'. moo i sized stable and fruit
��� i. ,. Second house from Sth stn et
west, on -:m; er sl le.
10 aci es in sec, 32, Timl er, fir, cedar and abler. Good 6 11; goe - roads,
A] i ly for full partlc ilars.
Lota 17. iv. 19, SO, 21, fa :,  IGth
si ei ' and Sth avi nue; 2 corner lots
$250; 1 Inside lots $200 ea :h. Pric*
$950, cash.    Single  lots   al  ca h,
Four and one half a ire - bet veen
Seventh and Eighth avenue; .-oath
side * i lsl street.    Price $2,500.
House corner of 7th St. ami lib
Ave.; 0 rooms; 2 full sizeel lots. (Hlx
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 %.
2 z storey house, 10 i oorn m also
m " lern Improi i m* nts; lot 66x132;
. :.*��� ,et back; pari of lol set out \\ Ith
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all pail ������ of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,i00
Full sizeel lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette  street.     Price $150  cash.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Puller particulars on
enquiry.
SO acres, half mile waterfront, Q.N.
R. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
LiOt l! on Fifth avenue, s ub n. 10
of .- ib 9, $300 cash, y clean tl; size
55 fi et  by 132 feet.
:louse   and three   lots, corner  '. 1
Ave. and llth  St.:   "-room house tin 1
kil hen.   Price. $1,500, one-third cash,
i tei. 6 and 12 months al 7 per cent.
' '"".!���-" of -t rooms and woodshed;
small .table; 1 lol 44x132, .... 2nd lot
frei <th Ave. on 13th St., west Bide-
practically new; papered; sink and pan-
tiy. Price $1,000; terms (200 cash, $15
Monthly nt 7 per cent, or rents at $10 per
month for one y.-er.
2 lots off Cum.' rland St., . n .erton
$50 per lot.
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
<y Gilley rone!. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
HOUSE and  LOT
Centra;!;    ocated in a commmandlng
-.!   aven e, . ���   fo I   ��� r
Fifth   treel    Two and oi
ouse      ...    ...   :   (re< ently pap' red)
All  um li . a    on ������ aien ��� -:    hoi    .
-   : :   water,   I ..���:..  llu- h   i   iset, lavatory,   elect        llghl: wn;   lot
2, wit     . a.. In n ��� of lot
with fruit tn -���-.    Prl     52.750.
1   ." -m  ��� alam ������ a   un' e :
- lots, 20, 21; N'o. 20, $170; Xo. 21,
(corn* ri   $175.    Durham  and  Si  on I
streets.
20 ;. re bl* ks, fruil lan -. m .
JuncIJi n, $20 per acre
House,   :.i i   sized      it,     n   Kea
street,  Sapperton;   rents  for  $10  pei
month,   Only $1,050.
!'���" - ' ��� i" rooms, 1'_ lots, ne ir
Fourth avenue and Seventh sine -.
$2,ooo.   Terms can be arrangi ,i.
���I tull Iz*.'. i.ms : etween Si venth
avenue and Hamilton street, i a ��� ...
Eighth m. i'; all cleared and fenced;
a large nam on oneof th*' lots, $1,500,
half cash, balance em" year at 7 per
ci nt,
7 Lots on Twelfth street, betwi en
Queen's and Third avenue; wesl side
of car  shop;    full  size,    Price  J::.'	
cash.
10 acres North roa.!, % of a mile
from city limits on Porl Moody; >
acres under cultivation: 7rroomed
hous*-; frame barn; chicken house,
barn 40x80; fenced an 1 in good ������
pair south side. Price $-1,500, half
ci sh, bal. in t; months al 7 per cent.
2 lots corner of Huh and St. Andrew's
1 ! ��� ���'* tween i'h and 5th Ave., wesl side
�� 10th St.; .ui cleared. Prlce��._, half
iikIi, balnnce fi nionths at 7 per rent ;
loin run through from street to stroot;
n good bargain.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Telephone 333
��<Si
Real Estate Brokers
PRONT   STREET
B.
P   HAM
tor of the, I
Canadian   Ban! !     ���' ���
lng,  Columb ,          ���     ,;1
office, >.",   .  , :
loan. Moo*
M
ARTIN, v.;
barristei .
New  .Vi
Bi'.
corner  Clarkson
LorS       I
Vancouver, roo
T$��;^si ��� Aii
Bourne.    Mr.  M -. '   ��O
(VestminBter ofl  . ,. ,? 'mi
ternoon J "IdajJ
HOWAY,   REID  ,  I
ters,   BolicltorE    etc  '*   "r-f
ise,y
Westminster.    A   '
2 11.
. 1",
/"Vim; ni E, ���;    ,
v��    Solicitor, Gulchoi
Ida and McKen ,     vJLvH
minster, B. c. ew"��
W. MYERS GRAY, [j
and N'ourj r
i ���:��� i    t Nei er, DC
fit'*     :' tl ��� .    : . :       .���   I
son   str* et, o rourt ]
P.0   Bl :,   160. .:
W1-.   HANI ���,p
���    S   I iltor, ���
mer     Columl MrKe__|
tree ts, New W*
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Wffl
Bt* r  Board  of Ti . ���- ���
Board Room, Cil ;
Second  \Y>''iie" .1.     of i        -:
Quart*. ly  mei on tha
vVednesdaj
August   and   No i m er, at j
Annua] me* - In the
W*  'il   "S.l.'M.
members   maj    I ���
elected al an) mi nthly or quart
meetlig,   A. R. V\ b '���-, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO.   . ��. F. 4 A.l
���The    regular    meeting ol
Ib held on the First Wednesds
each ii onti , al M
the   Masonic   1 ��� n   e    S    w
brethren are- ci arltad toi
tend.      in.  W. A. DeWoll Stniiil
Secretary.
KING SOlOMON  LODGE, HO. 17.1
P. & A. M.��� Ue. ir commuul.
lions pf this lodge are held on t
oeeond Tuesday each BODtij
Masonic Temple, i '������  V-'J
lng  brethren  ar* i   -1
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist. So.
ROYAL   CITY   PRECtPTORY. Nt'sl)
K.    B.   K.    e.;    : .   meets la*\
Fri lay    of    * nth,
p    tu.,   in   Oram ��� ��� <x>m)
I;    al avenue ai
:.. .:r:;..    Sir   Km.
vlted to attend.    '��������� ���
P.; J. il !. Re
LOYAL   ORANGE   L )DGE, NO. '
���Meets   In  Oralis*   !���     :  '
third Kriil.iv in ��� ' '������ '
m.    Visiting bn tl
invited to atti nd     '.'��� ��� PoPe. ��
James Humphri      R     Se ,
I. o. O. F.���AMITY LCDGE, NO.flJ
The regular me* Hi     of this -������
are held In Oddfi
bla   street,  every   Moi ''
at 8 o'clock.    VI   I i      re""*"
dially Invited to a"* i       ���-' I
N. (.!.; C. S. Richm* nd, V, G 1 I
Coatham, H. S.; J. W. MacEc |
F. S.; Alex. Adams, Treas.
K O. U. W.���FRASER LODGED I
���Meetings the Brst and third ������
day In each month. ��� I
brethren cordially In* ted " I
Lodge room. A. O. '"��� VV. M . I
fellows' block, c:,i:'- n -'��� ,.,..l
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis 1
master workman,
111
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    bOMc-
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND. B.��
Red Rose Degree meets Se
Fourth Wednesday of each ���
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia m-S
8 p. m.. While- Ro e Deg
Wednesday    in   each monH      ,
time and place.    Vising.B
cordially   Invited.     B. a.��  ;
combe. Pres.. H. Dlsaev. SeW
J099. I'��'fi
lay in 7
the son"
Visitin. |
".!     I
COURT BRUNETTE. No.
���Meets tho Fourth Frlu
month  at X  o'clock, In
hall,  Oddfellows'   t��].noli.        ���,.���
brethren are cordially '""!,_ p,l
tend.   J. B. Rushton, C. ��������
Maxwell, It. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, N��*> A
A. O. F.���The regular "'"V,,,,,,.)
this Lodge are held on ' ' ',���n���ili|
and Fourth Tuesdays of f"cn    ^
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfel    ���    ���.
Visiting Brethren ���''," '   . C."
vJted to attend.    B. < ��� >'in"'
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
  T��.*,
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARo'"^d
PERANCE meet   ever) ��     ||(l0
at 8  o'clock  -   '"������ ln ��
VlsltWi
Brethren nro cordially J?To pjoiftj
tend, Geo. llnrr, 8. &�������*��� I
Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFj^j
p.  m-
Hall,   Columbia
Geo.
TV��I~     ^ _^^     I SONS OF SCOTLAtvu y-       |5Lt
Telephone    333  !   sociation, lord of tm�� ^
-��� CAMR( 191    Meets ootM    u|��� ,B
Agents for __."^p!^yers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
McNI**
Third  Tuesday of ever!
K.   of   P. Hall.     WWL . S0c
Chief; J. J. Forrester, n�� ��� .���DAY,
MAY' 20
1937.
T TT T   F�� A T T. V   N E W S
.OTICE.
NCT Ci
N '-.. e is hen
���
-
������:.-.     ���
. v ���.:��� ES ���     t six-
intend ,���
issl me
. to
nl   Km-     ei
.   posl    ���   .   ���   .
est
...    low s: SO        ins 1
.... . ���     -
imence-
��� a post ; . ��� :
, . the north-wesl
preemptloi
_s west
li .     ialna     ist  ���-.  I  :
���   -:-:     ; ....
m   ai     a   post   plant   I
....        in respect
-
....
LANt)   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tenders for L.cer.se to Cjt Timber cn
Dc     -   _..n_s in the Provence of
Brit s- Cc - r.h .-
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion L_ as in tt-e Province
of Brit s i  Columbia.
S ���  i       renders    address
...
���  .
of thi  north-wi sl
.    - pre-* mptlon ��� .
follow      -    ��� h .... easl
...        .
.    .   alas west .o..i  - '   ' '  '
SEALED TEN  >1   tS
Take NOTie :     ...   __ application i  imi   ssl 	
lade to i  sister  Alice  B. .���    i .. .-.   .
     as   th*    own* .    in     Fee envelope    rend*    toi  Tim-
mder a Tas ..iie Deed .from bei   Berth  No.  518,    wil     	
'��� and   treasurer of the City at this    Depa until   12 o'clock   l>artment ��    :;   ���������     lor, and marked
to Alice B. Mr- noon on Wednesday, the 24th  la      :   ou the ' rendei  tor Timber
���     .  late   ...  .'::.   la;  of July. 1907, f' ens* i     Berth No ril    e received a
���:- ������ I singula '"��� Berth Xo   51S, comprising   lands   Departm nt     ck noon o:i
a parcel or tract    if land situate in th*   P  evince of 1   itish ( iVedn*   ... i day of Julj   190i
tor a  io i nse to cut     ...-< r on 1
-.-:..   -i
i immencement
g   at   a    post     |       I
I ... ...  north-wesl
, . ;:}"������:-;���:���   '".��� '       ' - -'-        [British    e     .: ,.      Timber Berfh Xo...IS.   comprising i;Vif'C��mprislnS        '* sltuate '
1 i""   chains west     4    east less to. shore,   thenci   - i    and    d        ial   ortton of Section 29 lying north Province i
.: ...... :. .:.. .... l _ .mm   umbia to the wesi of Ch* ha is (
:  n. w   Westminstei    In       ���   les  rl ied as toll  t -
I point of comm* nc* me nt       a]on
[ng   eet   a   posl     planted
.
: the nortl  wi sl
It ....  j.ri -emption claim
o  ;, ���     .. follows: 160 chains ��� usl
-   ire  ��� e
men;.
N ���  --
tains   we st      4 '
.. lng
��� ���  ���' ���   ���    -     ...
ituat   .
V ,.: comm* . - ��� .
r    . m    it    e.   post     :
I . ol the north  vest coi
( ireen's  pn -* mptlon  clal
j- ollows: 160 i ...".-
160   ehains w< -���      4     thence
: "f commencement
?  ��� immence-  E        ���   ���'    Subdivlsi .     1    ; Lots S of Tim!        erth 280 and that portion   the K;,>; of Chehalis Creek an
:- ��� ���' ���- in B of Section  32    outside' Timbei   Bei h   and con ....   |es
.: .   -   plant-      '    ���      'each ilred to 264 and said Berth 2S0, in Township   follows
-  tax  pur- S, Range 30, West of the 6th Mei   I . .
-.. -       laser within foi lays I    m the also the north half and the south-east
firs    pul :.. ati in  ol   this
.
���    a    posl     pla   ted   "���"'    : '       - -    '   '
r the north-west cor-: -1
���;���������������-
..... . - ���
.     .......   \
.    ���       . In fe*
quarte      :  Secti in  26, the north half
ed as
������    ��� Berth \.<   14, HI". -
and   the south west   quartet    s, .     ���..   '
.
-.
'
...    .    ���
it       1
���   ���
a nd
Hot s. ring .then
���   ,.   ;���.'-���    1   nted  east, SO   h iins so ith   SO 1 li
'    ���     "��� '    '��� >eM to
160 cl isu   the  shore  t      oinl     0!     c*       enc*
m* nt.
- -   '   ��� Ing a ��� mte i
1   *ut 15 railed no lartt*        I
��� -    11    '    n�� w.
.........
��� .,     POSI       !
.���  th*  north �����
pre-*: iptl el
... -    - ' .
.    tins easi    -
��� - .- nl
-'
. ��� ilns \\ ind 40
ei... point of
hi   ���    S*
'-��������� ���      lirect that 1    if this ] half Se* tion  32.    Sections
new s-   and those    ��rtl ins of See
Ished al   N'i ���'   v.. -    ,.,-������ : Ide Timber Berths 2S0, 261 . ��� :
fflclenl   -   rice   272, In   fownshlp t. Range I, West ol
ih > noi       'lon  21,   rownshlp I   Ran . Wes
1   ���  M containing an
...    S 7 acres    uon        .   a
Block 2    B*    . n the west
tl .'   7th   Met ..1mm.      ... 1   See 'ions
1.
*   ' ... ia Creek, on    n r Tlmbe
3 s   ith
tis
:     nt     B     I"-'      Pi a-'-  I
. ��� . of the north-w* it
pn emptlon
.rn .    10 ch tins ���
i.i   chains    nori I
south .   [20 1
Land Ri be north half and so Berth 29S Block 1,and the eas
v -s   v* ���     ninsti   .   1 .    ...   ol   Brit- te   Section 6, Sections 7, S, thi at       :   _&m*      odu*   ;
���-;. C lum la  this .' .. da;   ol   April, half and th*   south-west quartet  Sec-   tim!
A.  1'.  ' * 17 ti m :���   ���-.    . mm -   east quartei  Se*   I n
c. S   KEITH, 10, the south half Section 16, th*  south
District Registrar hall  ai I tin   north-wesl quarter Sec-
Will           ...... _,   Esq. tion 17. the north half and south 1 ist
All   lerson |g notice, quarter Section Is. the south half and   an area of 723 acres, more or less
lining through 01  under north-wesl  quarter Section    19, Block       Commencing at the soulh
persons   claiming any those portions of   Sections 1. 2,
e r Me-: -li 29S Bio* k 2; . n the
'������ h by Timbei Bertl 264 Block 2,
and 29S Block 2; an 1 0:1 the south bj
Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
I]
t
north of the south-west
���   ���:.  No.   36.  th* n rutii     s
.  . tins  wesl ;  40 1
ns  easl.    an 14    chains
���  , : .   m.m.' ncement
.    :.:    ee    post     m
north of the soul
No   26,  then   1 11
. halns w* 91, -i 1
east;   40 * .... -   1
��� ncement
.. ing   al    a   posl    planted
���   rth 0   the north *��
,.... n's pre-* mptlon cla
.  follows    160 cl
160  . i, ilns east       10
to point ol
.     01
ihi
east    (orner   of   Timber   Berth    ..*>
I hos
....III,    ;���....��� . .........    11,      :���.���   .   ...   ..,;.,      1     Virtue   01     '".,;"'    "���'"    ^i-.i'.e    11.   .11111   e_e_liuii    e_.
nmenoemeni 'nori tins west. J an     ���    glgtered illstrument   and a���   weBt of   Timber Berths 272 and 302. \ Block 2> thence north-easterly at rlgh
at   i'-.'"-' 'here then along Bhore-i terest in the  m Township S. Range 1, West of the  an��les to the   easterly boundary   0
":.���:...-.'-���
. land b;   descent,  whose title is   ~!''  Meridian;    also   Section  12, th*
registered under the provisions of  *"���'*'���  half Section 24, and the south-
'   Ba}   th*    "Land   Registry   Act,"   shall   be  ��:ist  quarter Section  25, Township r,
''���'  fore\  :   esl ipped  and   debarred from   Range 2, West  of   the 7th Meridian
'   "   setting up any claim to or In respect   containing an area of   13,025    acres
mor.1 or less.
WM.   M* 1 *'. 'V
: VNK  VANHAIM
IS
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.-   . r i> Idi - Land   Regtslry
Acl "
NOTICE.
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M.ir
1. .    tors
1907
_-Vg>WIIT_H
...   FSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
���������   ��� ���  : ' -   :��� -
-���
lsl .:: !     :
e    12     chains   -
���   - .   :      lains
til  ���   ::���'. :
th,   I
1 ti ��� menl
-'   ������ - ��� ��� mm at     is;    ' in
:. ;   ���   quarte:   ve esl 	
. . : .. rill  m    mi the. 'bi-:- notice   th it    thirl ���   la - aftet
-. .    if bay, thence :������   chains ''���''" ' Intend to make application to
li,  40  chains             :.     e oi   less 'he Chief Commissioner of Lands and
in   R���;-.     ������   .   ���:   nee   160 Wo  ts foi   a license to cul and carry
south     ''mm   Reserve   line   to ���'���'   !  timber  From  the following des-
hen  along sh re  to  p iinl  of 11 Ibe i lands
1 'ment;
N'o   _7. Commencing   I posl planted ed bn the   wesl s le  if   Twent    Five
��� ml    and a quarter wesl oi Mile Creek and marked  lames Sharpe,
���.-.. Indian village on north bank N'o.  '-.   post;    thence   i': ch Ins west;
��� ".' e  160   . ' ains   nortl     10   thenc* b SO cliains; them 1 easl SO
iins    west,   160  chains    south,    to  chains; thence north SO chains; thence
The berth must be surveyed within
01 e j ear after the date of th
ardlng the berth,
said Berth 29S Block 2, 2 miles; thence
north-westerlj at righl angles to last
course'. 54 chains; thence Bouth wesl
ill.' . :u righl angles to lasl course.. 2
miles io easterly boundary of said
Berth 29S Block 2; thence south-east-
notice erlj along s.ii.i boundary to place of
beginning, exe' 111        therefrom   anv
he mmm.il.itions  under
will    he'    Issued,
which  a 11-
portion of Tl er Be 1 .- IS, which
lee issued, also printed might fall within the same, containing
forms of tender and envelope, maj be) an area of S64 acres, more
obtained at this Departmenl or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agenl at
Xe'w  Westminster, H. C.
er less,
Block   1.   Commencing al    a \10uu
on the eastei Ij   bound iry of Timber
Berth 302 Block  1.   :. chains   south-
Each tender musl   be accompanied   easi,ely   from  the  north-easl  corner
by an accepted cheque on a chartered   thereof;   thence Bouth-easterh   along
:     ...    i!e D irnlnlon La   Is with
:, '��� in British C il i.m
raest 't ie 1 b   anj  p 1
-   ��� .- iie he el of a fan
.....  r IS years ol   age, 1
.. ' , : irter    sec' i d of
. . e or less,
.��� 11 .e le 1        m
-.    .     e foi  lhe distri      u
-' ��� re,   thei    ilons   sho
'   ���   '    M-  I'M.
N'o. 2.. Co   a    icing al     posl planl -
��� one mile and I hn ��� quarters
west  of Kiakiata  Ba    in lian  \illage,
��� .  ������. rt h  ' ank  of bay,    tl en   i    1ii;|
.    iins   north,  to chains    west,    160
I     is so ith, 10 ch ei:: - easl 1 1 poinl
... .ement
N'ol.- -Commeuoing iti   1 pos! plant-   hank in  favour of the Deputj  of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amouni of the' '.'"mis which the applicant
Is prepared 1 i paj  tor a license
The highesl or  tny lender m't nec-
essarilj accepted.
\o tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY (1. KEYES,
Secretarj*.
I ie      menl or the Interior,
Ottawa,   .prii 25th, 1907.
'  -.- es   1'. h ilns, to ]   Int of 1 immeni   -
ment.
N'o.  2    '���' imniencln :    at posl
lante I  one   mile   s rath    of    James
S     pe's X". i  posl:    ��� hem ���   n esl   10
chains; tin nee sou;': so chains: thence
easl    so   chains;     thence   north   SO   	
i chains;    thence   wesl    10   chains, to ' Tenders for License tr Cut Timber on
of 1   mniem emi ut.
\ . :. '  '' m      nch st 1 lant-
���������:..' nu':
of Kil i ila river on soul'     ink, th mi
Is situate.
esteader is'requlred to per- ,,  nhain3  s.���,'iK  ,,-,  ci,ains v.m.  SO
:: ��� ���  . mdltlons connected there c]ia[ns  s..:itii.   (0 chains, west,    120
-  '��� the following plans: . ,.._ ,.,..,,, t0 ,,���, sho,0i then along
1                    six months' resl . ra <h - ������ to point of commencement.
. iltlvati m ee;   the lan l Iu
JAMES SHARPE.
S        1 April 29, 19 7.
Dominion  Lands In the Province of
British Columbia.
���  . for ; iree years.
the fa her I or mother, If the
eas ���! 1, of the homestea I-
m 1 farm In the vl* Init;
entered for, the requ
re -..I m e may be s ttlsll i!
m residing wibh the
01 hei.
ttl .  has his perman
.. a farming lan I own
1 in thi   \ Icinltj of his ie ime
���    ;������ luirements   as t*   resl
.��� sal ifle 1    by residence
ild lan l.
��� ��� In writing stioul I
to the   Commissioner of Do-
I ��� Ottawa ol im ration
nl
-    . -    be pm     a -������ I m-  .10
irt coal and i':-1 I 11 an
Not  more than   320 acre ���
iM" i m.   ,,,K, individual or
Royaltj  at the rate of term
W. H. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Local irs.
Located April 6th,  b- 17.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner    of    Dominion    Lands,
Departmenl of the Interior, and marked on tli" envelope "Tender tor Ti tn -
! ber Berth No. 519," will be received
to    '���   this Departmenl    until  in o'clock
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on   Dominion  Lands  111  the Province of Britsh Columbia.
SEALED  TENDERS   ad Iressi
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands, noon on  Wednesday, the 24th  day of
1      irt men   of the Interior, and mark- July, 1.907, for a license, to cul timber
. ���: on the envelope "Tender tor Tim- on Berth  No. 519, comprising   lands
' 1 r Ber li No. 510," will be received al situate In the Province of British Col-
thls Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon mnbla on Ihe   wosl Bide of Chehalls
I'M.
I the gro9s output.
W. VY. CORY,
of ;he Minister of the In-
ti rlor,
Unauthorized   publlcatl in 1 I
advertisement   will nol be :     '
  , mi Wednesday, the .".tii day of June,
TAKE N'OTICE thai application has   1907,  for a  license to cul   timber ou
been     ide to regis! ���:��� Flo   nee Mar;
13 tho ���������.: nei   e . Fe    s:-.
���ial ���:��� a Tax Sa'..' Dee 1 from The Cor-
.  nl ���: of the District of Burnaby, I 1
janu -  c inningham, bearing date th.
10th da    of March, A. D., 1902, of all
. .      mmm ir   thai   1 ertain   ; arc* 1   nr
land .ne i  preiulsi 1    situate,
��� l   ielns In the District of New
y\ esti Inste ', In the Pr ivli c*   of B !
- '     Columbia,     mo e     . artlcula Ij
m .   n an I descrlb* '1 as su    Ivis   1
anl 2-1 of sub Ih i-ion "A" of lol 2D,
1 , . 1.
V   . an 1 each of you are hei   mv re-
Berth No. 516, comprising lands situ
. te In the Province eef British Columbia, and described a sfollows:���
Timbi;   Bei th  No.  516, comprl :-.',
Si   tie :.���  27, :.-. "'. ': K and    lie Eas
ves of Sectl       . ���   nd 32 In Town
.-��� ;     ; -.   Range  :: I.   W*      ol   the  Gth
Mi  . ��� ��� . lining    ���     area  of    5
miles, i   ere or less,
Tin erl 111 1 1 ' 1 .-eyed within
one year aft r the date ul the notli ������
iw     lng the
The  regnl itions und r �� il h  ���>   11
... use   n 111   bo    Issm I,  all      printed
;. ���   .   of ten ler 1 ad ei velop -  m j   ie
li.
ol tanle l al ibis Department Dr ai the
:"'i of 2,000 pounds shall be   ,    ���.;  to contesi   Ihe  claims  i'i  the ,,;���;,,, ,,r the Crown Timber Agenl al
purchaser  "'":-   forty-five days ^ew  Wostmlnster,  B   C
from the date cl lhi tlrsi  publication 1:1(m,  tendei   musl  hi   en-   impnnled
Is notice, oth    ��� I sh ii regis- UJ an accepted cheque on a chartered
.... Florence Marj  Eveleigh as ofl-ner bank In favour of the Deputy of the
;i ..,,,' j,, fee,    And  I hereby direct Minister ol  the Interior, to rthe nm-
.   nijiication of this notice tor thir- pun! of the  bonus  which  the  appll-
l,,ys In ;, Jail   newspaper publish- canl is prepared to pay Torn license.
X ...v Westminster will be good The hlghesl or  my ien ler nol  no-
, ; 3Uffielenl servli e thei   if. cessarllj   accepte I,
Lake and described as follovrs;
Timber Berth N'o. 519, comprl dng
' hose iiortlons of the following Inn I 1
- I'M i: He I 1 the weBl of Ch ihalls Lake
ami ������ n.-iiie I.;- Timber Berth 302 Block
_. namely, Sections 26, "7. the norlh
half of Sei lion "s. tho south hair of
-.-���I 13, iho Bouth hair nnd the
north-ensl quarter 1 if i-;e cl lon '���'��� I, Sec ���
;: m .;.. Tov nshlp ���"��� ;i"'l Becttons I,
-. the en '1 ilf -' Section 3, the north
. asl o,na; ter 1 f Section 10, Section 11,
the nouth linlf of Section 12, lhe south
wesl quart of Seel lon 11. and the
m mt ti���1 a 1 quarter of Section 15, In
T iwnshlp 6, all In Range I, Wesl of
the 7i h Merldl in, containing i"1 ;|11"'
of 1,310 acres, more or less,
Tho be; Hi 111 il be* Biirvi ye 1 w llhln
,Mi. year aTler the dale of Ihe notice
a,' ardlng the berth,
The regulai lon - tinder   which n II -
('I'll e ���    u iii    be      issue' I,     also
saiei easterly boundary mi chains.mure'
or less, to the angle In said easl
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence
north-easterly, al righl angles to last
course, following the boundary of said
Berth 302, 10 cliains; thence northwesterly paralled to Brst course SO
chains, more' or less, to correspond
with length of Brst course; thence
Bouth-westerlj paralled ie* second
course 10 chains, to point or eoiu-
mencement, containing an area of 330
acre's, more or les,
Block 5. Commencing al a poim on
the easterly shore of ChehallB Lake,
50 (hains somberly from northerlj
emi of said ial.*1: thence southerly
along saiel easterly shon. of lal.e'. 'J1;,
miles In direel distance, with a depth
of tiT chains mi -.aid ca-l  shore', ty.StS-
nre'ii at righl angles to the general
bearing of saiel easterly sheer., of Ink.
wiihin th.. block, containing an area
of 1,3 In lien's, more en- h>ss.
The berth must be surveyed within one ; ear after Um Bate of iim no-
lice awarding lhe berth,
The regulations under which a lice use will be Issued, also printed
I'd en ��� of I 'mier 1111.1 envelope, may be
ol lained at this Depart ment or ai the
office of ih*' Crown Timber _genl al
New Westminster, 11. C.
I... '1  ���."', lor mu -1   be accompanied
bj .ui  , ted cheque on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputj of the
Mini ter of the Inti 1 lor, for the an:
01:111 of the bonus w hi, h 1 be appll-
1 ..ut is prepared to 1 a;   foi a license.
No tendi r by telegi aph fl ill be enti rl tlnod The hlghesl or any tend ir
uol   ni'i'e     aril,   ,n < epted,
PERLEY (i.  Kl.VliS
Secretary,
i>.; artmenl of lhe lnlerlor,
Ottawa, April 2lih, L907.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
RIFLE SHOOTING,
Di*i *
��   ll>o    lri��    1 nn>t.   �����_    itnl
. -..i  rrnlnn 1I10 i:>��>.
*t .;. is. les of 1he a-m
_ ��� are tested by properly organize.1. - > s_ppH.ee! nn 11-
M se for the^ cln>��t ainl
. e.f the flrsl things tb�� young
1 le shot has to earn s I . to Mike _
ih-e - bn ath, : ..   ���
ro l. ild the 1 n tth while the
rifle  - kepi nbsolnti ij  ste a<lj and th��
-  graduallj ._ .111 th.
trigger. A fiance at any successful
rifle shot will show you a man with a
deep chesl an.l full powers of breath
nip
Any form of recreation which trains
the :. -. les of the arm and exercises
the . In >i and lungs would seem llfcely
to iec benefli lal ie* health, bul if thai
ts nol enough ihere is the un aqua led
training which rifle shooting fives ro
the eye and to the hand working with
the eye, The writer remembers hear
lng a musketry instructor boast that
be bad lengthened net only his own
sight, bul the sight of scores o( boys
v. bom be had taught how to use the r
eyes In aiming at a target, by two at
three hundred yards, simp!; pv con
tinned practice at long distance shoot
Ing 11 i- n.tonlshlng what results can
lv obtained In this waj by placing ..
riuV on a sand bag rained on n tripod
and making tbe pupil aim as accurate
ly as be can nt anj distant obje* I rhe
eye can be trained, of course, equally
Well, though 111.' sight Will nol necessarily be lengthened, by aiming at objects close ai hand    I/union Spectator.
A   Vnti.   Tlml   Lincoln   Mnrto.
The- University of Illinois has lately
.lei.hM a number of relic-- to iis Abra
ham Lincoln collection Among othe?
treasures in the university's possession
is au os yoke made by Lincoln at N'ew
Salem. III., In 1830, wh-'a he was twen-
ty ..ne years old u remained there
until 184B, jusi after Lincoln's return
from his only term in congress, Then
Lincoln nni] his brot_er-In-lnw, Clark
M. Smith, visited Now Salem together
While there the two attended an auc
rioti saie of farm "battels, among which
was the OX yoke     When the yoke w_.
offered for sale it wns treated as a novelty because made by a congressman.
Lincoln   acknowledged   having   made
the yoke, and Mr. Smith bid it off, say
Inc "ll was worth taking home as n
souvenir because made by llis brother
In-law and a member of congress "
COROT'S RUSTIC HABITS
M.����t iii��- teti.i Cfttne lo Live **��*- Lt*ta
of 11  Pe_nant.
Corot's father w.-is a little, dry, thin
old man. whose correct appearance,
precise gestures and short speech were
in singular contrast t.* the genlallt)
ami jovial ways of Cainille. [Io was
the typical business man, lie wished
bis sou lo bo inte* business and appreu
lie-el him te* a wholesale cloth mei
chant. Camllle, who dreamed only 0'
painting, conceived a violent aver.;.a
to commerce and seised every oppor
tunlty iei esqape from the shop and gn
up to llis room to copy drawings. li;s
employer was very dissatisfied wltb
bim and complained to his father, who
reprimanded htm severely. At lust oua
day the young man eiid 11 'I no to busi
ness und told bis father that he musl
follow his vocation, even If ii brought
him misery. Seeing that nothing could
alter this decision, "Very well," the
father answered. "I will give you l,_00
fraiu's annually not a centime more
anil you will make the best you cay
of I! "
Camllle leaped for Joy. tie imme
dlaii'iy made preparations f r depar
tore, left home and Installed himself
in tiee> mile hamlet of Morvan. at n
farrier's whoso numerous family was
crowded into the inly room, wh :>
was the forge, Corol there controcted
the liaieiis nf the peasantry, which he
retained ever after. He had no needs,
lived only for his art aud found complete happiness In It,
For a long time Corot remained at
the furrier's. sHtislh'il wiili Iii" 1 ears*
food, happy In bis liberty and feeling
rich wiih his modes! allowance. Endow eai with robust health and ' -
Jovial by nature, he nlways sang wh 1
h�� worked, and his gayety never deserted him,
At   his  father's  death  1   roi   1 imm I
himself* possessed of .1 rei enue of  10
nun francs, bul  ibis opulence did  1   >
i'h ne.re Ids rustic liiieit 1.   He contlm    1
his nlm.la and lahortniin
up before dav a, be put'      the peas
nni's clothes thai he wore       his life
ate his soup, in his pipe an 1
box in his hand nnd his easel on
shoulder started for hi- n irk, h -
norous voice- ringing ont '��� iyously
Ohardln in Putnam's Moutldtr.
iMfl
Following Is the location and num-
I"'1"1"'1   bei of tbe tie-" alarm boxes In the city:
FORESHORE   LEASES.
11  . m  given that, 60 days
'��� 1  Intend to apply to the
1   Commissioner  of  Lands
or a lease of the toreshon
I'oomlng and milling   pur
^Prising the whole of a bay
ii 11
Dat( [. al Hi" Land Registi    Offi :o,      Mo tender by ti
New Westminster, Provl ice of British  tertained.
a. li W ill be i'ii-
A .ril, \  D.,
I
I'M
Illl..
I '  name of Independenl  Bay.
1. ' ;' tw e miles south of the
\     '       ' Cos'.l l lap i, on tli -
il    .rm, and   ibou hei     and   all persons claiming any
lateral In the said land bj virtue of
ed instr tment, and all
.   .  ,'DALL    V  ������ laid   -.       ������     I        '��� '   '   '":'   'S
,  c ilum i 1, 'iii- 23th d iy of
10 ;.
C,   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
T1  L.  A. Bayne, Esp,
A]     . ...... a irved with I ���:��� " l""--
I tho     clal -:������ - through or n
I     1  Kildala Arm,
-   ID07.
PERLEY  (I.   KEYES,
Secretarj
Department or the Interior,
Ottawa,   April Im   1907.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ri'.ec
|ifr*l M'.��r     1} ',
lorui.e bf lender and envelope, maj be
obtained a! this Departmenl or at the
office of the Crown Timber A. eni al
New Westminster, B, ('
Each  tender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on n chartered
tt!      in  favor of    the  Deputy  Of    lhe
Minister of the Interior, for the amouni or the bonus which the applicant
i-e prepared to ptty for it license.
The hlghesl or any tender nol nee-,
essarily aooepted.
N . tendei by telegraph will be entertained.
I'HW.KV 6, KEYES,
Secretary.
Dei artmenl   ���" '��� ni Ii    rl r,
Ottawa,   .r'r'l    '      : ''~.
5   Asylum,
il     Koyal  City   Mills,
7   Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
B- Fifth avenue and Twelfth,
IL'���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
J3���Second and Park Row.
II���Coliimbiii nml  Dufferin.
1a���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24���-...id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue  and   Fourth.
20���Fifth avenue mi'l Eighth,
27���Thirel avenue and Tenth.
."2���Acnes and Sixth.
31���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia ainl McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.  Station.
12���Small  and  Tluckland   Mills.
"Dnuurr.irg"  In Msxloo.
Cheap traveling men who
pick up orders in b bri k and bree ;
fnsliion in the ""it and southwest
ot our own country ai 1 not the m 11
who iiiiiv bo expected to do business
In Mexico. The professional "hu_��
tier" is quite apt to l"1 of no use
flown here. Men of education and
culture, with sentlemanly manners
ind n knowleoge of Hie language,
It? people and their customs, are tho
lorf of tr iveling 1 ien American
firms need nol onlj' for this country,
but for all Spanish America,���Consul J. A. I." Roy of Durahgo,
1 and  Jail.
ors have a hard
Polesii Edito
Some Polish ed
time. In n parting word to his readers the retiring proprietor of the
Polish paper Gornoslazak Bajp that
during the five years of the paper's
���\'-te'f.MC the responsible editors
!:;,'> spent four ancl a half years in
piL-am, v.hii. $o,"T'0 h-i I .'en paid
in flu'.'* v THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAV
May
20 %
^
SPECIALS
COODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS   FRUITS -- Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
BRASS POUNDERS
PREPARE TO STRIKE
TWENTY THOUSAND TELEGRAPH
OPERATORS FIGURE ON A
WALK-OUT.
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SFloorglaze!
I I
(Enamel!
B__e___
A Complete Stock in
Our Hosiery Departmen,|
We  ;   it ire  ' his  depart ment  today   !     an
my varieties of  Ladies', Misses' and Boys' <
rFARM FOR SALE")
In fine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school ancl post office.
Price,   -
$4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
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P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
HEADQUARTERS ____
SCREEN DOORS
SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
;: r Agents for "KLENO." te*
X. w York, May IS.���JVenty thousand telegraph operators, members of
tiie' Commercial Telegraphers' union
of America,    are getting    ready    to
' strike nexl month,
They compose, their'leaders affirm,
ninety per cent, of tli" commercial
telegraphers in this country and Can-
'ada. They are almost equally divided between the Postal and Western
union telegraph business in every
staie of ilu' union.
Their strike will lo for a straighl
eighl -hour day, I i a olition ' of the
discrimination whii b they say Is
ma le againsi m* nil ei ��� ol their unl n
and f n higher wi ges iveo I >
in i !;���   . ountrj   will        Involved,  bul
| Xew Vi.ik and Chicago will be the
storm centers ol th*   fight.
Presideni   S. .1, Snu 11, he T* i ���-
m.aphi rs' union is in the < ity now
making final pn ; arations and
tightening up the i  nks   ei  th*   "brass
; pounders."
The    telegraph   company    officials
are likewise forming th* li    attle lini s.
.They  are making em  office  to office
canvass   to ascertain   what  operators
! will  be  likely  lo stand  bj   the com-
! (innie s   when   thi    clash   c ���;.��� s   next
month. The two companies have already  joined   forces   and   will   stand
: side by side when the trouble comes.
They  will   double   tp and handle the
I tisiness   as   a   common   comjiany,  it
is asserted, if this becomes necessary.
One of ���' ���      del    oints of contention is the rate of pay.    Not long ago
. the  Western  Ujiion  gave mosl  of iis
mi n   in   the   largi r   cities  a   ten   pi i
cent, increase. The Postal followed
(with a ten jeer rent, inci asi for its
I employes everywhere.
Rut  the operators declare they are
now  being  "double crossed"  on  this
incr< ase.    Th.'  companies,  after giving this small increase to their men,
raised  the rates  to  the  public  25  to
:;"' p< r cent.    To be entitled  to the'
additional   ten   per  cent, an  operator
in ist   have   worked     In   a   particular
.office for six months.    Before he has
ked that   length of time he gets
the "Id nue.   Recently, the telegraphers   say,   both  Western    I'nion    and
Postal  companies  began a  system  ot' Ellard Block,
shifting men here and there.   A man
who  has worked   for or five  months
In   a   certain   office and   is  in   close.
sighl   of the  ten   per  cent, raise,   is
suddenly   "transferred"    to    another
office.    His previous service does not
count.
Tl "  ten     ��� :   ci lit,   was only  toward
off the trouble    that    was    brewingi
when  this strike  w is  first talked  ef.
said a leader today. "Tho companies
I trie !  t<>  throw a sop to us, anel now I
they are trying to take il away."
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li dries hard over night, with
a high gloss, and
Wears On the Floor
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Soap and wat< r does not
mar it.
It wears as well on <lilt-
side as Inside Fine.is.
Cs.' it . n your Inside
Floors, Veranda and
Porch Floors, Outside
anil Inside Stairs or
Steps, anil wherever you
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
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A bsolute A ccuracy
in Dispensing
is  a special feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put  in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
and measures   proved  accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to  have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Aeu.   Westminster
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
AND
.WHEN  WANTING
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\ Electric Railway Service j
Interurban    Line.
Curs   for  Vancouver   and v, ������
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 ;30
p.   3tl.
City Limits Line���Service from
(1:1"   a.   in.  to  11   p, m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between Iii and 2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly  be- *
tween S a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line,
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in. to 11 p.m., except between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, 'luring
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service halt-Hourly "oe-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
DO ITNOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
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VALUABLES
By Renting One of Our Long
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
FROM $2.50 PER YEAR~UP
We   cordially   invite
you te. inspeci them
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The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
F. J. HART,
:     Manager     :
oreys
217-219 Columbia St.
Secofld-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES.    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS.  ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do  all   kinds
of   general    repairing.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
I     Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Women's Lace Hose in blpck
and  tan,  per pair 35c to 75c.
Women's Colored Cotton Hcse,
in shades of cardinal, navy,
sky, pink, grey, tan, white,
cream. black, champagne,
per   pair   35c.
Embroidered Cotton and Lisle,
per pair 35c to  75c.
Misses' Hose, in cotton or lisle.
plain or lace, in cardinal, tan.
white and black; per pair 20c
to   50c.
Boys' heavy  ribbed  cotton  Hose  with   double   kne
and   black,  all   sizes;   25c  to 40c per pair
Infants'   Hosiery   of   every   description  will  be found here
lines.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co,
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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BLOUSES
AT ALL PRICES
I THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
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North Road Buys
l" acres,  I miles trom town; suitable for  fruil  and I
per acre  $f0._|
11 acrei    ; miles from town, frame hous., harn and i      i  lings
fruil trees and small fruit.   Price, terms       :-'-::|
s''-"  road   28 .acres, 5 miles from town;  7 acre. I
good  bouse; good  water; convenient to school.    I        ������ S'K*I
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE]
MD
to raise good Btock is good PEED.    We keep the '
besl only    Make yi.ur ch Ickens lay i j  giving th*
Stren then your live stock   by   building up   bone   ind i
aii!   ise CARNEFAC.
LADIES have you tried t he Pai try Dour m ide
Milling Company.   If nol Teleph i 333 aad try It;
obtained  are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Telephone
333.
BIG   SALE   OF
SPICES AND  EXTRACTS
At Cost Prices, SATURDAY.
:     Don't Miss the Sale.     :
Edmonds Tea Co.
th Stree'
32 Six
Phone 309

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